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LfL Supper Seminar - Wednesday 4th March 2015
Learn to Lead: taking engagement to a new level in primary and secondary schools and the wider community
Learn to Lead (LtoL) is an inclusive approach that enables children and young people to play an active role in their school community. It has been developed over a ten-year period by teachers and students, and offers imaginative, yet simple, tools and structures that inspire teams to work together to bring about positive change. The programme is applicable to all ages and abilities and has also been adapted for use in a wide variety of other settings.
In 2010, LfL carried out an evaluation of the Learn to Lead programme which was directed by David Frost with Sally Stenton as part of the evaluation team.
The seminar led by Annie Emery (LtoL director) and Sally Stenton (evaluator) will explore the benefits and challenges of the Learn to Lead approach and share some insights through a range of activities and film material.
5.15pm - 7.15pm, Room GS5, Donald McIntyre Building, Faculty of Education
All welcome. Free to attend. Drinks and nibbles served.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.