Student Voice – Example Facilitator Slides

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This slide deck is one example of slides that school personnel can use when they facilitate a student engagement session related to safeguarding. The introduction covers key areas such as consent, confidentiality and anonymity. The questions and activities were designed by the International Taskforce on Child Protection, Student Voice Committee, to enable it to gather students’ views on how their school consults with them on safeguarding matters. Schools should design engagement sessions that suit their own context and needs, drawing on this slide deck only if they find it helpful to do so.

student-voice-example-facilittor-slides-201223.pptx (432.66 KB)
Contributed by Chanel Worsteling, AISA

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