Author: Lynn Davis et al, R.Hunjan, S. Stenton, M.Lewis
ISBN: Not allocated
Inspiring Schools is a series of publications which examine evidence of good practice and the impact of pupil participation in school settings.
Each publication is designed to support policy makers and practitioners in developing their understanding of pupil participation and how to embed it across the whole curriculum.
Resources for Action by Raji Hunjan, Sally Stenton and Marilyn Lewis
This publication puts practitioners in the role of facilitators, to work with key stakeholders in individual schools to embed participation across the whole school. It offers tools, discussion questions and signposts existing resources.
Case Studies for Change by Professor Lynn Davis, Dr Christopher Williams, Hiromi Yamashita with Ko Man-Hing
This publication is a series of case studies which explores the range of pupil participation activities and strategies adopted by schools. Each case study explains what has worked and what the challenges are.
Impacts and Outcomes by Professor Lynn Davis, Dr Christopher Williams, Hiromi Yamashita with Ko Man-Hing, Aubrey
This publication is an extensive literature review, which draws on existing evidence about the benefits of pupil voice. It looks at the benefits for pupils, teachers, schools and the wider community.
Literature Review by Professor Lynn Davis, Dr Christopher Williams, Hiromi Yamashita with Ko Man-Hing, Aubrey
This is an extensive literature review, which provides an analysis of the support which already exists for pupil participation. This publication is available for download only.
Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2019
The Trustees present their report and accounts of the Trust for the year ended 31 December 2019.Read More
Fear and Loaning – The Impact of Covid-19 on affordable credit providers serving financially vulnerable customers
This report is based on results from a rapid response survey undertaken by Community Finance Solutions at the University of...Read More