Pupils are always listened to by adults, and by their friends and peers. They are respectful to each other's views and opinions and they have a clear voice in the ways in which they lead their learning and their school.
Children across the Federation are very astute with school systems and fully involved in self-assessing and peer-assessing their learning, defining their next steps in learning and voicing their interests through the robustness of these systems.
Children are well aware that they have a voice and they know the leadership structure through the school. Children are taught about the British electoral system and about demonstrating democracy.