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FMQT Next Generation Event 1 – Question on Life Skills

  Why is there very little support in things that we need the most help with when going into adult life? Not only for care experienced young people but all young people without a good […]

Education & Learning evidence

FMQT Next Generation Event 1 – Question on Homework

  Why do we need so much homework? School is for working and you also are trying to encourage children to exercise, yet how can they be outside exercising if they’re sitting in a room […]

Education & Learning evidence

FMQT Next Generation Event 1 – Question on Political Education

  In light of the Brexit vote, do you think political education should be compulsory in schools?   Watch the clip for the First Minister’s response.   FMQT Next Generation was a joint project between […]

Education & Learning evidence from the Learning Lessons Report

Impact of Poverty on Education

“I had to get a pencil and then I couldn’t afford lunch. It’s not, like, I have exact money.”

Education & Learning evidence from the Status of Young Women in Scotland 2016 Report

Gender Equality in Education

“I knew my limitations before I knew my strength or what I was actually capable of.”

Education & Learning evidence from the Young Gypsy/Travellers’ Voices Report

Discrimination of Gypsy/Roma/Traveller Young People in Education and Work

“People would snigger and laugh at you and then you think, ‘well, what’s the point?’”

Education & Learning evidence from the What Kind Of Scotland? Report

What Kind of Schools Do Children Want?

“If teachers are prepared to stick by you, believe in you, it makes a huge difference. You can turn your whole life around.”

Education & Learning evidence from the Promote. Protect. Defend. Report

Human Rights in the Classroom

“Teach human rights in all schools, not just the ‘best’ or best resourced ones.”

Education & Learning evidence from the Beyond4Walls Report

Learning about Housing

“We don’t know what’s available, no one tells ye. “

Education & Learning evidence from the Scottish Government STEM Consultation Report

Gender perceptions

Children in Scotland carried out a short exploratory research project for the Scottish Government relating to the recent Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) learning consultation: ‘A STEM Education and Training Strategy for Scotland’, with the aim of ensuring children and young people’s voices are heard by policymakers.