We are very proud of our House Captains and the work they do to support and improve our school.
House Captains meet regularly to share:
- the views of other children
- discuss and review school improvement
- their ideas and contributions to making St David’s a better place.
If you have any comments or suggestions for the House Captains, please complete a slip and pop it in their Suggestions Box.
The House Captains are a committed bunch who go above and beyond! They fully pledge their commitment to improving outcomes for all.
The team meet regularly and share their views. Our House Captains support school improvement. They use the HGIOURS framework to inform their discussions. There are five themes they will visit across the year.
Theme 1 Our relationships
Theme 2 Our learning and teaching
Theme 3 Our school and community
Theme 4 Our health and wellbeing
Theme 5 Our successes & achievements
What is HGIOURS?
Supporting learner participation in self-evaluation and school improvement.
How good is OUR school? has been developed to support learner participation in school self-evaluation. It has been produced as result of engagement with schools, organisations and groups of children and young people across Scotland. By using the framework, children and young people can work with staff and partners in their school community to take responsibility for leading aspects of self-evaluation and contribute evidence to whole-school self-evaluation. The resource includes guidance for school staff and partners to support them to ensure the culture and ethos of their school promotes and underpins effective learner participation. It also contains a framework built around five themes that children and young people told us were important for them to have a say in.
You can read more about HGIOURS by clicking here: https://education.gov.scot/improvement/self-evaluation/frwk20-how-good-is-our-school/