The Smart School Council Masterclass I attended was a revelation! I met with a range of teachers all with some responsibility for school council/student voice, from a variety of settings and with a range of experience. The training we took part in was fast paced, fun, and above all had practical application for back at school” PSHE Teacher, Portsmouth
The course will give you ideas, resources and introduce you to a clear model to make your school council smart. It helps you to set up structures to get more pupils involved and help them to take a lead. 100% of the 500+ participants on our previous courses said they’d recommend the course to a colleague. The course includes premium membership which gives you a year of support from experts and a full manual of resources.
|When?||Salford course: Friday 17th November 2017
Refreshments are served from 9.30. The course starts promptly at 10.00 and finishes just as promptly at 3.00.
|Cost?||£249 (includes premium membership)|
|For?||For staff from primary, secondary and special schools. There are 25 spaces available on each day.|
|Food?||We’ll provide a good lunch plus tea and coffee on arrival.|
|Where?||Salford course: Dukesgate Academy, Salford, M38 9HF|
|By?||By Asher and Greg, and our great volunteers.|
|What?||The day will include ideas and resources to:
|Extras?||As part of the price, you’ll also get:
|Book?||There’s three ways that you can book a place:
For teachers who can’t get to one of these courses easily, you also have the opportunity to host a Masterclass in your school. Details here.
Our school council training is informal, fun and based on years of experience of working with school councils across the UK and Europe. Our knowledge is also drawn from our research into student voice for the Office of the Children’s Commissioner and helping to run the UK Parliament’s Speaker’s School Council Awards.
I enjoyed learning that I am not the only one with issues around running school council. I got lots of new ideas and contacts” Learning Mentor, Southwark
I enjoyed the format, there was a good balance of ideas for school council and for our own development. I loved sharing with others” Deputy Head, Haringey
Excellent practical ideas to take back to school, and a new enthusiasm for running a school council. And lunch of course!” Year 6 Teacher, Haringey
I feel much more confident in what I now need to do to run my school council effectively and how to start projects and gain ideas” Year 4 Teacher, Birmingham