|Welcome to 'A Children’s Charter for Learning'
This site, devised jointly by the National College for School Leadership and NET, is dedicated to discovering what you and your children think about learning in primary schools, and what might make learning even better.
We hope to encourage schools to create their own ‘Children’s Charter for Learning’ and to share many of these on this dedicated website. We hope that developing and sharing the charters will form part of a wider process of engaging children and developing even more powerful and innovative approaches to learning in primary schools.
For more information on 'A Children's Charter for Learning', please click here.
For more information about how to get involved with 'A Children's Charter for Learning', please click here.
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One thing is clear about 21st century learning. The teacher is no longer the main gatekeeper of knowledge - the internet and young people's experiences beyond the school are also hugely influential. That makes school all the more precious and the role of the teacher as coach is key. Dialogue among pupils and pupils and teachers is an essential part of successful learning. Anything that encourages the pupil's voice, as this project does, deserves all the support we can give it.
Professor Sir Tim Brighouse
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