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Supporting pupil voice: the role of governors

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Last updated on 13 October 2016
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How can governors support pupil voice? We look at how governors can support pupil voice, including the role a designated governor for pupil voice might play. You will also find links to some typical strategies, case studies from three teaching schools and a policy on pupil voice.

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Contents

  1. 1 Pupil voice: guidance from the DfE
  2. 2 Advice on supporting pupil voice
  3. 3 Appointing a link governor for pupil voice
  4. 4 Case studies from secondary teaching schools: developing pupil voice
  5. 5 Example of a primary school policy on pupil voice

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