Student Voice

Within Saintfield High School community every child matters. Each and every pupil is encouraged to express their feelings and contribute to the vision and future direction of the school.

The Student Voice is a group of pupils from all year groups who meet on a regular basis to discuss and debate issues pertaining to school development and policy. Members of Student Voice are encouraged to present and share the feelings or concerns of their counterparts. The contribution of Student Voice is never taken for granted. Their ideas are received, considered and reflected upon with the utmost sincerity.

The Student Voice for the academic year 2021-2022 are:

Year 8

  • Kaitlin Muir 8HU

  • Ellie Tate - 8MY
  • Alana Carlisle - 8JA

Year 9

  • Nathan Kearney 9MU
  • Marni Cullen 9MU
  • Jude Cunningham 9MC
  • Philip Beck 9CP
  • Poppy McConnell 9CP (Secretary)

Year 10

  • Miriam Gibson 10KI
  • Callum Manley 10AT
  • Callum Breen 10LC

Year 11

  • Robyn Minnis 11HE
  • Jake Fawcett 11SC (Chairperson)
  • Bradley Trimble 11CR

Year 12

  • Ethan Thompson 12TG
  • Aaron Glover 12EL
  • Matthew Hogg 12BI

Student Voice

ROBYN MINNIS 11HE. My favourite subject is French as I find it really interesting and fun. I like the sports at Saintfield High School. My favourite hobbies are Camogie, Hockey and netball.

CALUM BREEN 10LC.
My favourite subject is Technology.
I agreed to be on Student Voice as my class voted for me and I feel that I have good ideas that would be good for our school.
The thing I like about SHS is changing classes and the teachers push us to do our best.
I have two hobbies which I like to do, motocross and playing matches for my football team.

MIRIAM GIBSON 10KI
My favourite subject is History because it has made me appreciate the way things have changed over time. My hobbies are playing piano, horse-riding, gymnastics and hockey. I agreed to be on Student Voice because I want to make the school a better place for everyone and add to the school community. I like Saintfield High School because I feel like we are all a community. I also love learning new subjects moving about the school and having different teachers.