Competitions & awardsTag
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.
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.
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.