Representing student voice on school councils

‘Student Voice’ is now written into DCSF guidance. It is a recognised part of school inspections. It impacts on school development plans. It is even deemed to deserve initial capital letters. Jack Lewars discusses the issue.

School councils can be useful when properly run, but more modern and inclusive ways are needed to fully represent the student voice.

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