“Every child should be entitled to this type of work” - Times Educational Supplement

About Equal Voice

Since 1991 the Equal Voice approach and techniques have been continually developed and refined to encourage young people to express themselves without risk of judgment or ridicule. They are then able to use this freedom to experiment with new approaches in dealing with situations of conflict, peer relationships and attitudes to authority.

Equal Voice has been extremely beneficial in schools and special units, and particularly effective with those that often present the greatest challenges. Equal Voice is now provided as a tool for teachers and other professional adults with flexible training schemes and a range of resources to support its use on a day to day basis.

Addressing conflict

Dealing with bullying and developing Peer Mediation

Developing Life Skills

e.g. expressing opinions, negotiating, interview techniques, assertiveness, managing anger, etc.

Raising self-esteem and not lowering it

Games and exercises to build confidence

Essential criteria for PSHE and Citizenship curriculum.

Speaking and listening requirements for English and Drama.

Essential criteria for PSHE and Citizenship curriculum.

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