Get your child involved in Pupil Voice Week

By Internet Matters Team on

Coordinated by tootoot, pupil voice week is designed to encourage primary and secondary schools to raise awareness of key issues, such as bullying, cyberbullying, racism, mental health and e-safety issues that children and young people may face on a daily basis.

Alongside teachers, social workers, councils, companies and policy makers we’d like to encourage you as parents to join in and explore ways that you can empower your child to feel confident to talk about their concerns.

Pupil Voice week will take place from 26th – 30th September and this year the theme is ‘It’s Good to Talk’.

Sign up a school to take part

Simply visit the Pupil Voice Week website to register your child’s school. If you are a teacher, you can also do the same.

Register your school

 

Share it on social media

Join the conversation on social media during the lead-up to, and throughout the week, using the hashtag #PupilVoiceWeek and tag @tootootofficial.

Why is it important?

Every day 160,000 children aged 5 to 19 are too scared to go to school and in total, 43% of young people have been bullied.

By raising awareness of these issues, and the many forms they can take, pupils will learn that the best way to solve their concerns is to talk about them with a trusted person.

Visit Pupil Voice Week site

Who is tootoot?

An award-winning tool used by quarter of a million pupils globally to safely and confidentially report their worries and concerns to their schools, without the fear of repercussions.