30 April
25 April

Learn to lead Cornwall – Co-production, Ideas Factory, Review days and more …..

Learn to lead Co-production Community Training In January Sixteen delegates from six different organisations attended the training which was held at the Cornwall Federation of Women’s Institute building in Threemilestone, Truro. PSHE Twilight Sessions – January & February A number of sessions hosted by Healthy Schools were held across Cornwall in January and February 2015, […]

23 April

Learn to lead at Nunney Primary School

Posted in Learn to lead

The children at Learn to lead school Nunney Primary were supported by parent governor who is an interior designer to transform the school medical room.  They took their inspiration from a colourful blind given to the school. The walls were painted in pale yellow and the ceiling was painted in a deep blue, as they […]

20 February

Book Now – 2 Day Training with Equality Team Focus – March 17th & 18th 2015

2 Day Secondary Training – March 17th & 18th 2015 This two day training models the Learn to lead approach through its underlying ethos and the active use of the tools and offers an inspiring introduction that is designed to equip people to go back with the enthusiasm and confidence to implement the approach. Tools are […]

13 February

St Mark’s School to run Youth parliament

St Mark’s Secondary School, which is a relative newcomer to Learn to lead, is working with the Strategic Lead for participation in B&NES, to run the next Young Parliament which will take place on June 25th at St Mark’s School.  The Learn to lead team will be running assemblies, consulting with the whole school and […]

12 February

Young People from Bath & North East Somerset take the lead in Equalities Work

Children and Young People in B&NES are leading the way in Equalities campaigns. There are now 30 established E Teams (Equalities Teams) run along Learn to lead lines in schools and other settings. Their work is making a huge impact in reducing bullying, homophobic attitudes and behaviour and in helping schools develop a tolerant and […]

12 February

New Research Reveals – Pupil Power Boosts Results

Posted in Secondary schools

PUPILS who have a say in how their school is run are more likely to achieve even if they come from disadvantaged backgrounds, a new study has shown. Researchers from Stirling University found secondary schools in deprived areas where pupils did better than expected in exams placed a premium on engagement with pupils. The report, […]

10 February

A Chance for Children & Young People to Report to the UN with support from CRAE

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This year the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child will be looking at how well the UK is protecting children’s human rights. Last time this happened, CRAE coordinated a broad coalition of NGO/academics etc to tell our side of the story to the UN and supported children to do the same. For children […]

9 February

London Festival of Education 2015 – February 28th

Posted in Learn to lead

An event run by those who are passionate about education for those who are passionate about education. Inspirational classroom professionals, including teachers and heads, will be there alongside policy- makers, educational organisation leaders, bloggers, researchers, students, parents and young people. Meet big names and hear their different ideas and perspectives. Follow your inclination, rather than a timetable, and make the […]

4 February

The Camphill Village Trust Regional Forum

People from Botton and Larchfield travelled to the Croft to join in the latest regional forum, organised by members of the Croft good support team. The team were keen to ensure that the forum was fun, informative and most importantly that every person attending had the opportunity to be involved in sharing what is important […]