Pupil Voice in The New Curriculum – Filmed Course

‘In non-maintained settings and primary school, where teachers place an emphasis on engaging pupils in planning their learning, this often results in more learning experiences and better progress for pupils’  ESTYN Annual Report 2022

This course will clarify what Pupil Voice is and how to ensure that it is effective in schools under the New Curriculum in Wales.

Cath’s live presentation of this course has been filmed to bring the course content alive, once purchased is available for schools to watch over and over again from our training platform.

The Pupil Voice training videos last approximately 3.5 hours, and are split into 4 separate videos. Perfect for a staff meeting, twilight or INSET.
£400.00 + VAT (20%)

Target Group: Primary Teachers, SMT
The Pupil Voice training videos contain:
  • Many real-life examples of successful pupil voice systems routines and ideas for schools to implement
  • Extensive hints and tips on how to include pupil voice in all aspects of school life including long, mid and short-term planning, environments, everyday school life, provision, experiences, classroom organisation and adult behaviour
  • How to ensure that you are maintaining a curriculum that is both adult and child led but is still age and stage appropriate and at the right level for the learners and therefore improving standards
  • Ideas on how to make pupil voice visible in your classrooms/school
  • ESTYN links quotes and findings on pupil voice
  • What not to do - mistakes that schools could make

Course Presenter: Cath Delve

FOUNDATION PHASE/ OUTDOOR LEARNING/ WHOLE SCHOOL ISSUES - Cath provides help, support and guidance to schools and local authorities all over Wales. She is a published author and has 26 years teaching experience in three different schools. She was a deputy headteacher of two and an acting head of one. She is passionate about the wellbeing of children and outdoor learning and presents a wide range of training courses across different areas of the curriculum. Some of her initiatives-such as Messy Monday, Freaky Friday, Igloo and Missions-have been implemented and used by schools all over Wales and even been introduced in England. Alongside her book, she has produced a wide range of resources to support teachers and schools. As well as being a member of the Collective Learning team she is also an independent education consultant, working alongside schools in a variety of ways all over Wales to help them to move forward in every way. Search for Courses

Course Location: Collective Learning Digital Platform

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Our ONLINE courses can be accessed whenever and wherever it best suits your staff and setting. Once purchased you may view them any number of times. The majority of our online courses come as a set of training sessions along with all the resources and printouts that would usually be handed out on our usual training courses.  A few of our online courses have been professionally filmed live, and a some are expertly presented voice-over PowerPoints.  We hope the mix of pre-recorded lessons, digital presentations, films and voice-over PowerPoints still carry a little of that personal, down to earth feel Collective Learning courses are known for.
When ordered a link will be sent to the email address you’ve provided, which gives you unlimited access to our digital platform.