New to oracy?

Why Talk Matters is our online webinar series, perfect for practitioners exploring the potential of talk in their school. If you’re interested in hearing about the positive impact that deliberately teaching oracy can have, then book your place to hear from us and teachers from Voice 21 Oracy Schools.

Teacher of PSHE? Pastoral lead? Head of Year? SLT? Our Why Talk Matters series directly tackles how a high-quality oracy education can lead to whole-school improvements when PSHE and student voice are rooted in student talk.

Join us and teachers from Voice 21 Oracy Schools as we explore how the Voice 21 whole-school approach can help support your school, colleagues and students to embed an ethos of high-quality oracy education.

See the latest upcoming events in our Why Talk Matters series below.

Why Talk Matters

A high-quality oracy education in PSHE

Date: Wednesday, 25th May
Time: 3.45pm – 4.45pm
 Free

Teaching oracy skills explicitly gives young people the ability to articulate ideas, develop understanding and engage with others through spoken language. This is vital across the curriculum, including in PSHE, to ensure that young people are prepared to manage the many challenges and opportunities thrown at them in life.

As part of our Why Talk Matters series, this webinar will showcase for teachers new to oracy how deliberately developing young people’s oracy skills is an essential and empowering facet of an effective PSHE education.

Join us and PSHE teachers from Voice 21 Oracy Schools to discover how working with Voice 21 has unlocked the power of talk.

Why Talk Matters

A high-quality oracy education to promote student voice

Date: Wednesday, 8th June
Time: 3.45pm – 4.45pm
 Free 

Explicitly teaching oracy skills gives students the ability to exercise their right to give their opinions freely on issues that affect them.

As part of our Why Talk Matters series, this webinar will showcase for teachers new to oracy how deliberately developing young people’s oracy skills is vital for promoting a culture of student voice within your school.

Join us and teachers from Voice 21 Oracy Schools as we explore how working with us has created powerful opportunities for student voice through talk.

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