The Children’s Commissioner would like to hear from children and young people on what they think are the best things about being a child or young person and what could be better.
The survey is open for 7-21 year olds, time is crucial we want to start this debate now and will be pulling together first findings on TUESDAY 30 JUNE MIDDAY!
My wife is going to the ASCL (Association of School and College Leaders) conference later this month and been asked what questiRead more …
We’ve been asked to promote this very interesting looking event to “schools, colleges, educational charities, policy forums, trRead more …
involver has been running for 5 years now, in which time we’ve worked with fantastic organisations in the UK and overseas as well as hundreds of schools.
We thought it was time for a refresh of our image and website. Partly this reflects a change in how we are working and what we’re working on, but we’ll explain that in more detail soon (once we’re clearer about it ourselves).
What do you think of the new look?
Let us know if there’s anything you have trouble finding anything on the site.
The Children’s Commissioner’s Takeover Day is a fantastic way of giving the young people you work with a say in your organisation. We’ve been big supporters ever since we first heard about it, so we’re very proud to announce that we’ve been commissioned by the Children’s Commissioner (how appropriate) to organise the scheme this year.
Competition is seen by some people in education, youth work and team building as a dirty word, but it definitely has its uses. With many groups and individuals it is a great motivating factor and can help you break down some people’s reluctance to join in. As long as you don’t dwell on the winners and losers and instead try to pull out the learning it can be very effective.