Pupil-led Approaches to Improving School Health & Wellbeing Exploring the Role of Pupil Voice and Engagement in a Scottish Secondary School

Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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Pupils from Alloa Academy will present how an initial programme to develop pupil participation in their school’s health & wellbeing programme has progressed, with pupils now routinely involved in school planning and development.

Working in collaboration with the School of Education and Space Unlimited, the staff and pupils involved will showcase and discuss the challenges they faced in this transformative process. The event will highlight the innovative enquiry–led process which was initially funded through the Scottish government’s attainment challenge and the longer-term benefits of working with pupils to bring about change.

Who should attend?

  • Staff and students at University
  • School staff and voluntary sector staff working with schools to address health
  • Education authority staff with a remit for school wellbeing
  • Pupil support teachers
  • Educationalists with an interest pupil voice

Benefits of attending

  • The chance to listen to what students think and feel about school-based approaches to health and wellbeing and find out how young people can become co-producers of their own learning experiences
  • Opportunity to talk to and ask questions of some of the young people involved




Monica Porciani
phone 0141 444 8083
Associate Lecturer in Health Education

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