Pupil Voice

Pupil Voice

Within Mesne Lea, Pupil Voice is about our pupils having the opportunity to have a say in decisions in school that affect them.

Meet some of our teams below.

School Council

Eco Team

Online Safety Team


Meet the children representing our Pupils Voice  2017/18


What have Pupil Voice been up to so far this year...

So far we have introduced the new house system by running a homework competition researching local inspirational people and passed them to Mrs Finlay to confirm. 

The children decided to run a Christmas card competition to earn housepoints. 

They helped decide about Christmas fair day (the part in school)

We have also collected unwanted clothes to raise funds for the school. 


Pupil Voice 2016/17

The Pupil Voice Team meet every fortnight to discuss suggestions and events in the school.

The team have been energy monitors and checking that the classroom lights and whiteboards are switched off. They have completed an environmental review of the school and will be drawing up an action plan.


Save electricity!

  • Switch off your projector          http://www.electrical-safety-forum.com/images/electrical-safety-symbol.gif

  • Switch off the lights when you go out

  • Unplug you chargers

  • Switch off your computers

  • What next for the ECO team?  Recycle bins? Healthy lunch boxes? Walking to school?           

Clean For The Queen

The teamhave also organised with the Eco leader taking part in cleaning up the community for the Queen's 90th Birthday, 'Clean For The Queen'. They devised a timetable for the whole school enabling each class to get involved. During playtimes the Eco team worked together to clean the playgrounds and surrounding areas.

Please take a look at the letter from the Mayor thanking us for our participation in 'Clean For The Queen'.

Take a look at some of the photos from the event in our picture gallery.

Design a sustainable home or home of the future competition.

The children at Mesne Lea were asked as part of their homework to design their own susaintable home or home of the future. They had the option to draw it or build a model. 10 were shortlisted all winning a goodie bag and the three winners won book vouchers and goodie bag and their mascot teddy bear. 

The Chief Executive Kevin Marren and Tracey Lowe, Head of Sales and Marketing from Eccleston homes judged the competition along with Mrs Roberts. The winners were as follows:

1st - Chloe Year 3

2nd - Sophia Year 3

3rd - Molly Year 6 and Alfie Year 3

Have a look at the photo gallery for photos from the competition.


Visit from Beth Tweddle

Beth Tweddle is a retired British artistic gymnast and she kindly cam in to meet our Pupil Voice Team on Thursday 2nd February 2017. The pupil voice children and deputy head boy and girl asked Beth lots of questions about her career, how it started, what she ate and many more. 
Take a look at our photo gallery of Beth's visit to Mesne Lea.


 Pupil Voice Photo Gallery