Teachers and pupils of all ages and backgrounds can collaborate to make important decisions about what goes on in their schools and classrooms. At Pupil Participation we encourage and support teachers and pupils to collaborate in decisions that affect the whole class and school.
These decisions can be about curriculum, discipline, the environment, or resource and time management. Collaborative decision-making has the potential to make a significant difference to well-being and educational outcomes, particularly for under-privileged pupils, and is an area where substantial school change has yet to take place.
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