Primary Education News

24 Jul '14

News Six creative ways to encourage student voice in your school community

Many schools are experimenting with new ways to engage students in how their education is delivered. Here are a few to inspire youStudents learn better when they are engaged with the way that their education is delivered, research suggests. It's no surprise then that some 90% of schools have councils through which children can express their opinions. But this isn't the only way to get young people talking about their learning, nor is it necessarily the most effective. There are lots of other creative things to try: Continue reading...

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