A brief summary of the findings of School Councils UK’s 2007 action research project, which looked at how far a selection of London secondary schools could take pupil voice with dedicated support.
A brief guide on how to use your school council to link up with the local community and how to get the local community to help your school council.
At some point your school council will need to go and talk to adults. You might be proposing a project or event, asking them for help, or making a complaint. You need to do this in a professional way. This guide will help you prepare what you need to say.
A detailed view of how effective school councils and pupil voice fulfil each outcome of the Every Child Matters agenda.
Great for filling out your SEF and seeing how pupil voice can benefit everything you do in school.
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Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing.
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