What is this?
Every year, the Chief Inspector of schools in Wales writes a report on what inspectors have found when we inspect schools and other education providers.
This site includes resources that pupil groups or School Councils can use to discuss specific topics or to think about how effective they are in their work.
We created some principles for school councils. These are aimed at pupils in secondary schools, but could be adapted for use with primary pupils.
We have chosen a few topics that have come up in the Annual Report that we think pupils would find interesting to discuss. Remember to download the forms to make a note of your ideas and actions.
How to use
Move through the school sideways using either the scrollbar or left/right arrow keys on your keyboard
When you see a big question mark symbol, click on it to reveal a question. Discuss the question amongst yourselves.
What should we discuss?
How pupils influence what and how they learn.
Why should we discuss this?
Your teachers really want to know what interests you and the way you like to learn. They know that you will learn best when you find your lessons fun and interesting. By making suggestions about what and how you learn, you will be helping your teachers to help you and other children learn better.Close