Student voice at the ‘heart of learning’

What, if anything, can listening to student voice tell us about young people’s perception of their educational experiences today? Graham Robertson discusses the experiences and approaches used in one London inner-city Learning Support Unit to engage and support students with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.

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