Pupil Voice in Health and Wellbeing – panel discussion

Our Health and Wellbeing in Education Network is to host an online discussion this month. Full details of the event are below.

Title: Pupil Voice in Health and Wellbeing Panel Discussion

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Date: Thursday 9th May 2024

Time: 5:00pm – 6:30pm

Location: Online

Organisers: Health Research in Education Network


  • Kelly MacDonald (DHT Harris Academy) and Senior Pupil (Harris Academy)
  • Cara Lamb (Researcher at Strathclyde University)
  • J-P Mason (Primary teacher Prestonfield Primary School)

Who is this online seminar for: practitioners, teacher educators, student teachers

Seminar Overview

The use of pupil voice and pupil voice pedagogies is a highly effective tool that schools can use to improve learning and support health and wellbeing. The positive outcomes of incorporating pupil voice practices include increased engagement, a heightened sense of positive wellbeing and sense of belonging, and the creation of more meaningful educational experiences. This panel discussion will provide some examples of pupil voice enactment within the context of health and wellbeing. The presenters aim to share insights gained from their experiences to support others interested in integrating pupil voice practices within their schools. Following the panel presentations the session will open for questions and discussion with the panel.

Click here to register for the panel discussion, once you have registered you will receive a Teams link.

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