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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That Citizenship stays in the National Curriculum is very important, but it needs to see that active citizenship is far more than volunteering.
Hi, I’m Cameron. Currently interning here at Involver. This is a little info about myself, Involver and what I’ll be doing here over the coming weeks.
The school council in Dobronin explain what they have done and how they work.
Some tips from Brno on how to make your school council meetings effective.
A great school council meeting from Krnow in the Czech Republic with games, action and decision-making.
We’re visiting school councils right across the Czech Republic this week, we’ll be updating the blog daily to let you know how student voice works here.
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 huge list of student voice ideas and projects provided by teachers and headteachers at a course involver ran for ASCL in October 2012.
A process, lessons plans, worksheets and ideas for how to make your school council election successful, effective and inclusive.
If you struggle to get people to come up with ideas for your school council, here’s an idea that will help. Celebrate your successes and people will come to you.
How do you involve the youngest children in your school? Sitting them in a meeting, no matter how well run, can be difficult. Here’s a way to get them involved and learning how to participate.
Every school in Poland has a school council so what can we learn from them and are they effective?
Haringey’s recently announced commission, Outstanding for All, neglects to engage with the people at the heart of the debate, the students.
Pupil voice in this small school is established through shared values and a culture of respect, leadership and responsibility for the whole school community.
Student voice at Beachamp College includes student governors, a student ambassador, a student-led inspection, students appointing staff, student-led research and clubs and societies led by students. This case study explains why they do all of this.
A simple template to keep track of what was decided in a meeting. Just focussing on the essentials.
Very often there’s just one member of staff in each school with responsibility for student voice and the school council (ideally it should be part of everyone’s role) so it can feel like you’re a bit unsupported. We’d like to set up some regular free events around London to get school council co-ordinators together to [...]
On Friday 11 November, Tottenham-based, social enterprise, involver, will be taken over by pupils from Welbourne Primary School. Four pupils will be made Directors of involver for a day, running the organisation and deciding on its future strategy.