We are please to report that our First session with Bath & North East Somerset Carers has been a great success. We are now looking forward to monthly sessions with the Carers Voice group of adult carers once a month between now and August to continue towards helping them to improve services and increasing […]
Learn to lead are proud to be collaborating with the Carers’ Centre and, thanks to Healthwatch B&NES, have received funding for a project to benefit local carers and those that are cared for, by improving services and increasing the impact of Carers Voices. Carers will be trained using the Learn to lead co-production training and […]
Max, ex Blue School student himself enjoyed a new term training with the entire Learn to lead community at The Blue School over two days http://ow.ly/NrTA30mf3Jb All fully trained in forming teams and working in co-production, we can’t wait to follow the results !
We are very Excited to be working with The British School of Gran Canaria to provide tools, training and inspiration for young people to work in co-production and make positive change. We will be visiting in October !
Fiona Carnie works for Alternatives in Education, an alliance of educators and parents committed to child-centred ways of working and are affiliated to the European Forum for Freedom in Education. Fiona is a director and has extensive experience of working with schools and organisations across Europe to support educational transformation. Learn to lead features in her […]
Chew Valley School, one of the longest running Learn to lead communities, has been making plans for the future life of their student community supported by their dedicated link teacher Liz Shuttleworth. Annie, one of Learn to lead’s directors who studied at Chew Valley and was closely involved in the Learn to lead community there, […]
We’re very pleased to welcome the addition of the Hamble School, Southampton to the Learn to lead network. Cerise and Max visited to deliver trainings with staff and students and run a planning session with years 7/8/9. The students seized the opportunity by generating a wealth of ideas for new activities in the school addressing […]