Nicole Rodden – How pupil voice can influence a positive school culture

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About the Session

In order for pupils to be agents of change within their school communities and influence a positive school culture, we as educators need to find ways to ensure their voices are heard. In this session we will explore why pupil voice is important and share a variety of ways to promote pupil voice in your school.

About Nicole

Nicole Rodden (MA, BA, PGCE) is a former Relationships & Sex Education (RSE) teacher with Teach First. Nicole co-founded the award-winning platform Life Lessons, with the mission to create open and empathetic school cultures. They do this by supporting teachers to deliver an evidence-based relationships, sex and health education which fosters positive peer relations between pupils. Life Lessons helps young people to talk about what matters most to them. Prior to this, she undertook a Masters in Education Leadership at UCL and was Programme and Training Manager at Education Charity, Team Up.

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