But how does it work?
It has three elements:
- Short, pupil-led Class Meetings for every pupil
- Action Teams to help any pupil set up a group about something they're passionate
- A Communication Team to run the model
This was a great start, but they had to spend a lot of time making the programme easy for schools to use. Schools are really busy places so they needed to make it realistic for a member of staff to facilitate.
With the support of
The Young Foundation
, they built something called the Class Meeting Tool. This makes it easy for every class or form to have short, structured, pupil-led meetings without any paper involved. You can see what it looks like in a class
So far, they've been lucky enough to work with 360 schools to help them to engage and involve every pupil's voice. Last month alone, around 30,000 pupils took part in a Class Meeting - as a charity, we're really proud of this.
Also, Asher moved to Malawi with his family!
Luckily, a primary teacher called Sam and IT-Master Nuno stepped in to join Greg. They also recruited a fantastic Board of Trustees to help them on the journey.
We're really busy supporting our fantastic member schools which now include some new schools in Australia, the Middle East, the Netherlands and Germany.
We're also working on new and exciting developments to further scale our impact.
If you'd like to find out more, drop us an email to
. Or if you work in a school and you'd like to find out more, you can
request a brochure here.