Bringing on new school councillors can be difficult. Use this simple structure to create a welcome pack and plan for how to support them and get your school council off to a flying start.
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A template that gives your class representatives the confidence to feedback to their class and a structure for bringing in new ideas and opinions.
A process, lessons plans, worksheets and ideas for how to make your school council election successful, effective and inclusive.
5 short sessions that can be run in tutor/form time to introduce the whole school to what the school council is, why they should stand and how they should vote.
A free little pocket guide for school council reps, year council reps, and class reps, in fact anyone who represents others as part of student voice.
Solutions to a number of common school council problems including giving feedback, support from colleagues and meetings that have gone flat.
A session from training I ran at the Albion High School in Salford on how to create a communication plan that will get more people involved with your school council.
A short toolkit covering many of the essentials anyone working with school/ student/ pupil councils will find useful. If your school council has got a bit stale this will challenge you to think about how it’s set up and help you find a better way.
This is brilliant, our first resource shared by a teacher and it’s an absolute corker! Chloe Doherty gave us this scheme of work she wrote for her year team last year. She wanted to get class councils off the ground as she recognised without them the school and year councils didn’t really mean much.
Template to make the cards for ‘Making it fun: getting to know your reps.’
The most important job on any council is being a representative. This guide will help you understand what a good rep is and help you to become one.
It’s a tough job being a chairperson.
This guide will help you to understand what it needs and help you to be a great one.
Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing. Albert Schweizer, French philosopher, physician and winner of the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize (1875 – 1965) It doesn’t matter who you’re teaching, training or working with, this is true; so we’ve made it central to everything we’re trying to do with […]