Help children to have a voice

12th March 2004 at 00:00
Pupil participation at Gravesend grammar school (TES, February 27) is to be praised. Save the Children works in many ways to ensure children and young people can participate in the decision-making processes of school, through councils, circle time or consultations. We hope new guidance from the Department for Education and Skills will help schools develop good practices.

Michelle Foster Assistant programme director Save the Children 17 Grove Lane Camberwell London SE5

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