Giving pupils responsibility

2nd February 2001 at 00:00
Changing the culture of homophobic bullying is no easy task. However, PSHE and citizenship provide the chance to introduce classroom councils and pupil-based charters of behaviour which allow pupils to influence and change an unacceptable educational environmet.

We have had many requests for our training programme and would welcome contact with teachers - retired or part-time, who have relevant experience - to become trainers.

Teddy Gold Schools Council UK,57 Etchingham Park Road, London N3 2EB

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