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Ask the Children - Pupil Participation

The power of collecting views and calling for inclusive action from young people


Inclusive Solutions UK Limited

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Price
£149 inc VAT
Or £49.67/mo. for 3 months...
Study method
Online, On Demand What's this?
Duration
1.5 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Ask the Children

The power of collecting views and calling for inclusive action from young people

Curriculum

2
sections
21
lectures
1h 28m
total
    • 1: ABOUT Inclusive Solutions 04:00 PDF
    • 2: Resources and Recommended Reading 02:00 PDF
    • 3: On Line Community Support 01:00
    • 4: Introduction Preview 02:27
    • 5: Approaches to Participation 11:33
    • 6: Cool Participation - Person Centred Approaches 01:33
    • 7: Asking and Listening Carefully 07:17
    • 8: Dreams 02:38
    • 9: Collecting the Views of Children Who Can't Speak 06:21
    • 10: Person with Family and Friends at the Centre 06:17
    • 11: Natural Supports 01:43
    • 12: Connections 03:30
    • 13: Relationships 02:42
    • 14: Hot Participation 01:13
    • 15: Restorative Action in Schools 05:13
    • 16: Restorative Questions 01:32
    • 17: Peer Mediation 09:45
    • 18: Hot Participation Discussion 03:14
    • 19: Creating Circles of Friends 09:08
    • 20: Ordinary Needs 03:50
    • 21: Congratulations on finishing the course! 01:00

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About this course

Local authorities are being encouraged to seek the views of young people in relation to the services they receive. Schools and the whole range of support services (e.g. behaviour support, youth offending teams, social services, CAMHS etc.) are being expected to routinely ask young people for their views. This goes beyond involving young people in plans that concern them e.g care plans, individual education plans, pastoral support plans etc. This training will focus on how young people can be effectively engaged in giving their views and will present a model for use in evaluating services to young people based on the concept of resilience. This model enables young people to be clear about what has helped and hindered them in being able to overcome difficulties. It also provides a framework for evaluating the extent to which services are reducing risk and increasing protective factors to enable young people to develop the resilience.

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