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Save the Date! Tootoot launches first Pupil Voice Week with theme ‘It’s Good to Talk!’

Written by admin on 7th September, 2016

We’re pleased to announce the first Pupil Voice Week running from 26th – 30th September 2016.

Following the success of tootoot’s first year we are launching the first Pupil Voice Week with the theme ‘It’s Good to Talk!‘. The week aims to highlight the importance of talking about bullying and providing all pupils with a safe and accessible way to report their concerns.

Pupil Voice Week calls upon pupils, parents, carers, teachers, social workers, councils, companies and policy makers, to join together and explore ways that we can empower pupils, giving them the knowledge and tools they need to feel confident to talk about their concerns.

The week will be celebrated nationally, and internationally, with hundreds of schools getting involved and letting their pupils know it’s good to talk.

To support Pupil Voice Week we have developed a range of resources that your organisation can use to promote the week. This includes a range of posters, social media resources, as well as activities and lesson plans. These are available at

For more information you can also follow @tootootofficial on Twitter and Instagram, or search tootoot on Facebook.


Pupil Voice Week is a campaign run by tootoot that focuses on the importance of providing students with a safe and accessible way to report any concerns, ultimately giving them the tools they need to talk to someone. tootoot are encouraging the nation to get involved in the campaign, demonstrating that everyone has a role to play in safeguarding pupils. will provide schools and organisations with information, activities, lesson plans and resources to help raise awareness of the week.

Pupil Voice Week partners include; Ditch the LabelInternet MattersCommando JoeseCadets, and the Anti-Bullying Alliance

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