EMPOWERING PUPIL VOICE

VocalEyes enhances pupil engagement and assisting educators to teach key digital skills and online etiquette.

Web-hosted, VocalEyes school groups are private to avoid the potential risks of operating in the publicly accessible space of social media websites. Use VocalEyes to capture pupil-generated ideas. Enjoy the benefits of implementing the suggestions of your school community.

Teach Digital Skills in the safety of a private group.

Enliven Pupil Voice and your School Council.

Teach Digital Citizenship through experiential learning.

VocalEyes will provide hands-on support to kick-start the introduction of its platform in your school, organise digital engagement events, and work with pupil councils to enhance the contribution they make to school life. Want to extend the process to your parent, staff and stakeholder communities? Your ‘digital tribe’ can be part of the drive to engage these groups – whilst protecting, and enhancing, your institution’s reputation.

VocalEyes has been a fantastic way to gain a real insight into what our children really think about their school.
Janet HawardJanet Hayward OBE Head teacher Cadoxton School, Chair National Digital Learning Council.

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The VocalEyes system is really empowering students – their ideas are being put into action. It shows their opinions and views actually count.

JodieYear 10 pupil, Dyffryn School, Port Talbot

I think VocalEyes is great because it’s easy to access and easy to use and easy to put your point across.

AmirYear 11 pupil, Dyffryn School, Port Talbot

The digital democracy events run by Sarah have given our school council a powerful platform for sharing their ideas. And for ensuring they get a response!

We are also training some of our pupils to take VocalEyes into local Primary schools as part of their community service element of Welsh Bacc. We are at the beginning and feel there is the potential to do much more.

Martin GrimesHead Teacher Dyffryn School

Looking to transform Pupil Voice in your school?