“School councils and class councils…can be a most excellent training ground in responsibility for future citizens [and are] an obvious sign that a school takes citizenship seriously.” Professor Bernard Crick, Chair of the Advisory Group on Citizenship
Research shows that School Councils work to reduce pupil exclusions and promote inclusion through a whole range of complementary policies and strategies.
be enshrined in the school ethos and have the full support of the whole school community;
be supported by a structure used throughout the school in all classes, which provides all children with the opportunity for participation, contribution and consultation, such as Class Councils or Circle Time;…
Drama is a brilliant and effective way for School Councils to looking at and discuss issues that affect you, your school, your community and the wider world.
But I can’t act! You don’t have to be a wonderful actor to take part in these exercises.…
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