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Why not get involved in your school council?
Every school should have one, and they give the chance for pupils to have a voice on various things around school, such as dinner menus, green initiatives and concerns they may have.
Speak to your teacher to see how you can get involved.
Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education (SACRE)
SACRE stands for Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education and every local authority must have one. The law requires every school to teach religious education (RE), and have collective worship of a largely Christian nature. The local SACRE ensures that what is taught best reflects the local community. SACRE advises its schools on what is taught in RE through its locally ‘agreed syllabus’ (AS) and how to improve the teaching of RE and collective worship.
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Views and Opinions Inspire Change for Everyone (VOICE)
VOICE was the name chosen by Telford & Wrekin Council's Care Council members which has been meeting regularly since November 2008. The word 'VOICE' is short form of the group's full name which is 'Views and Opinions Inspire Change for Everyone'.
VOICE is a fortnightly forum where young people who are in care discuss important issues with senior managers at the council with the aim of helping to shape and improve services.
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