The Pupil Charter

The Pupil Charter

United Learning schools aim to develop character, compassion and service. We want young people to look back on a joyful schooling which has inspired and challenged them, given them wide opportunity and prepared them for life’s broad experiences. As such, we have devised ‘The Pupil Charter’, which sets our expectations for the wider opportunities that each pupil will access during their career in a United Learning school.

The United Learning Pupil Charter

I am a pupil at a United Learning School, by the end of my time at school l will have:


Participated in an individual or team sporting activity for at least half a term


Participated in a music or performing arts activity for at least half a term


Helped others by participating in a social action campaign or by volunteering my time


Committed to three other activities by attending each for at least half a term (or equivalent)


Attended two cultural, artistic or sporting events, with at least one outside my local area


Represented my school/house/year group by taking part in a cultural, artistic, charitable or sporting event to an audience outside my school


Heard from an inspirational speaker


Had a chance to share my views about school via the pupil leadership structure


Attended a residential trip


Had my talents celebrated and recognised


Participated in three experiences that helped me make informed decisions about my future and how to get there (secondary only)

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