Pupil Voice & Pupil Information
Children, young people and their families will have a voice, be listened to, included and empowered, and have access to the right support at the right time from the right people.
School Vision Statement 2021
At Rosehill the majority of students have very limited or no verbal language. Our eclectic Communication Curriculum, moving from intensive interaction through to signs, symbols, photographs, pictures, PECs and incorporating, where appropriate for individual students, augmentative communication methods is used to great effect to support and enable students' receptive understanding and expressive communication. We try to develop pupil voice within the classroom, across and outside the school during every day through regular opportunities:
- through making choices (e.g. during lessons at snack and lunch times);
- through making decisions in concrete situations that are immediately and personally relevant to them i.e. following visual timetables
- through music in all its wonderful forms and including music interaction
- through the use of microphones and switches
- through the development of peer advocacy
- through friends
For more information about Pupil Voice, please take a look at all of our wonderful achievements within class areas on the school website and whole school projects and curriculum activities.
The following link will take you to our Student Council page.