What is the issue? Giving a voice to your Eco Club.
It is quite common to see Pupil Voice groups in schools around the in UK. I am sure we can all agree that young people have the right to have their views expressed and heard with regards to their education.
Research demonstrates that pupils are subsequently feeling their learning is more meaningful (and thus learning more) when they are engaged in their learning.
‘Pupil Voice’ groups provides pupils with the opportunity to become involved in how and what they learn. This is important because this gives children a real voice in issues that affect them, allowing them to make contributions towards the development of their school as active members in a democratic society.
At the bottom of this post you will see four downloadable Word Documents, each of these is about a different issue that you might want to cover in your school.