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Here’s a few presentations from teachers telling us about their school councils.
I was involved in a short debate on BBC WM’s breakfast show this Monday. I was put up against Nick Seaton from the Campaign for Real Education, who campaigns against progressive education. Have a listen and see what you think: As with any interview like this no one gets the time they want to put […]
6 short videos to help school councils and other student voice groups through all the stages of planning, carrying out and evaluating a project.
Happy friday everyone, For the last few months, we’ve been working on an exciting new student voice/school council tool called the Student Voice-o-Meter. We’ve worked closely with two very talented people, Robert Johnson doing the amazing illustration, and Derek Winton pulling all the database and code stuff together. We’re extremely grateful for their help, ideas […]
Should school councils be about ‘improving the school’ or ‘representing the views of all pupils’. Generally the two are inter-dependent, but which one takes primacy if there is a (perceived) conflict?
A great video. This is what school councils should be about: making things better by making them more fun.
I’m back in London, via Vienna, after an amazing time in Kosice, Slovakia. It was a very inspiring and interesting three days.
Great to hear about the challenges, successes and stories of people in other countries who are broadly trying to do the same things as us in the UK. Great to meet so many motivated, passionate young people. Great to visit Slovakia for the first time – it is a beautiful country!
The main event was the visit a secondary technical school in Kosice. We had a tour of the school, and the countries who are participating in the project explained their projects – and what was happening with student voice in their countries – to the students.