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Harrogate High School

Harrogate High School is a larger than average secondary school serving the north east of Harrogate and into the Yorkshire Dales. Almost all the students are of White British heritage. This case study explains how the started their Investors in Pupils journey and the impact it has had in the school community.

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St Augustine's Catholic Primary School

A case study about the pupil led Teaching and Learning Committee.

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St Paul’s JHS

The rationale for introducing the Investors in Pupils award was taken following an ETI (Education and Training Inspectorate) report in which the school’s pastoral care was evaluated as ‘satisfactory.’ In order to improve on this the school identified the need to increase pupil voice and participation within the school. The five key areas within Investors in Pupils provided a medium for pupil voice and participation to be increased. A form teacher programme was developed which addressed all 14 areas of Investors in Pupils throughout the school year. Accelerated learning mornings were also organised to allow classes time to complete anti-bullying presentations/induction booklets etc. It was the strong focus and commitment to the Investors in Pupils Award and the 5 key areas which resulted in a greater collaboration between pastoral and curricular teams. As a result the ETI report at the end of 2013 highlighted that “the quality of the arrangements for pastoral care is now very good”

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Middleton St Mary's RC Primary

Pupils at Middleton St Mary's RC Primary describe Takeover Day activities in their school, and how School Council manage the recruitement and selection process.

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Covid-19 - Resources

From Investors in Pupils we sincerely hope that you, your family and all your loved ones are keeping safe and well at this extraordinary time. We would like to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone working hard to keep our children and young people active, safe, healthy and resilient at this time of great uncertainty and to reassure you that our programme remains open with staff available to answer any questions you might have about Investors in Pupils. Please e-mail any queries to InvestorsinPupils@leeds.gov.uk

Our sister site, School Wellbeing, is providing a number of FREE resources to help schools, parents and carers to support children’s wellbeing and education. 

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