Student voices will be shaping school’s future
Students have been given the opportunity to add their ideas for Geographe Primary School via a “student voice project” enabling them to have a say about the direction of the school.
The information gathered from chats with the students has directed the school’s new business plan for the next three years.
GPS principle Alison Freeman said through discussions with students about their future and learning experiences, she was able to filter out what was working well and what needed to be adjusted.
“The evidence provided by the students who took part in our project is compelling,” she said.
“Our data highlights a number of areas in education that require further exploration to better understand the impact of our education system to engage children in a changing world”.
City of Busselton Mayor Grant Henley, said it was crucial students felt their views were valued and taken into consideration.
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