Llandaff City Church in Wales Primary School is an English medium, voluntary-aided primary, co-educational Church in Wales day school, serving Llandaff and many surrounding areas. This interview with teacher Mal Short highlights how VocalEyes is being unitised by pupils to bring
VocalEyes is delighted to report that St Illtyd’s High School, Cardiff is piloting a project to support pupil transition from primary to secondary school.
Ieuan Price, the school’s lead on student voice and transition, is leading the initiative and is very
Glynncollen primary school ended the academic year with a flourish! Having prioritised ‘reducing plastics’ in the school they orchestrated their campaign to change the way free milk is provided to the Foundation Phase in their school. Their simple plan was
At VocalEyes we are very happy to report that our young citizens in Glyncollen have had a very positive response to their letter about reducing plastics from Environment Minister at the Welsh Government, Hannah Blythyn, AM.
The children had prioritised ‘going
One of the challenges for schools wishing to put Pupil Voice into action is whether or not participation is authentic or merely tokenistic. In this blog we look at how children in Year 6 in Glyncollen Primary School took their
National Democracy week starts on Monday 2nd July, 2018, the 90th anniversary of the 1928 Equal Franchise Act which gave women the same voting rights as men. It is also the 20th anniversary of devolution in Wales. Devolution has not however,
On Tuesday the 19th of June we had a successful day at Burry Port Primary school launching VocalEyes with staff and pupils. The day started with assembly when the whole school got a chance to see the platform in action.
Digital competence is as important in the 21stC as numeracy and literacy and in recognition of this the Welsh Government (WG) has made Digital Competence a cross-curricular theme that all teachers and practitioners in Wales must systematically plan for.
As a headteacher I am extremely passionate about the importance of listening to all stakeholder’s voices, in particular our staff, families and young people. However, I believe that listening to others voices must lead to action, otherwise it becomes little
Cardiff is the first city in Wales to take part in Unicef UK’s national Child Rights Partners programme. Between now and 2020, the local authority, including all of its delivery partners, are working in partnership with Unicef towards being recognized