Sugatra Mitra’s SOLE project is an exciting one for learning in all kinds of ways, here’s how you could use it for student voice.
Posts Tagged Competitions & awards
You can narrow down this category by clicking on these tags:
Barming Primary School in Kent tell us about how their school council and class councils help everyone to get involved in school improvement.
A student voice case study from Woodhouse College showing how their students can influence the core work of the college in an effective way.
Wildern School in Southampton approaches student voice through UNICEF’s Rights Respecting Schools model. It’s a great example of how this approach can achieve whole-school improvements.
Here’ s Reddish Vale Technology College’s student voice case study, focusing on the ethos of the co-operative movement.
Over to Corby in Northamptonshire for another great school in our amazing school council and student voice case studies!
Here’s a few presentations from teachers telling us about their school councils.
An amazing case study on achieving whole-school and inclusive student voice in a primary school. It’s from the research project that we did for the did for the Children’s Commissioner.
It’s the beginning of the school term. Loads of school council elections are taking place across the country, but many of them aren’t organised as well as they could be. Often this is perfectly understandable; running the election is sometimes thrust upon an unsuspecting teacher, so here’s a complication of the resources we’ve got to [...]
6 short videos to help school councils and other student voice groups through all the stages of planning, carrying out and evaluating a project.
Lots of schools are beginning to think about training their school council, or student voice groups, for next academic year.
If you want to make your student voice READY, then get in touch! You can read more about our training here.
I’m a little bit excited today, well actually I have been all week, because tomorrow we’re off to a very swanky awards ceremony at the Hilton in Park Lane, where Greg has won an award! So, we’ve both bought our outfits and arranged a very select group of colleagues and friends to join us (sorry [...]
A great video. This is what school councils should be about: making things better by making them more fun.
I’ve just got back from the launch of the English Secondary Students’ Association’s (ESSA) new project, ‘Manifesto for Change’. It’s a campaign in the form of a competition. The idea is to collect together the thoughts and views of young people aged 11-19 and form these into Manifesto for Education. ESSA are asking people to [...]
Idil Mohammed is a Diana Award winner, who juggles being a carer, going to school, and on the school council. click here Melodie