School councils are definitely not the only way to approach student voice – there’s a wide range of brilliant ways for students to influence what their education looks like.
Schools have a good idea of what students should know, and why they need to know it, but students can play an important part in deciding the when and the how.
Lesson observations, students as researchers, events, teacher appointments, students as governors – we’re here to help guide schools to manage these a professional and planned (but also fun!) way. And to make sure that student voice doesn’t just ‘tinker around the edges’ of school life, and avoids tokenism. Here’s how we can help…
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