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  • Writer's picturePaul Browning

Climate Resilience Co-Production involving Pupil Voice & Influence

Today, students from two of our Thrive Secondary Schools took part in the second stage of a major project at Hull University. A cross-faculty team, led by Dr Steven Forrest and Dr Aviv Kruglanski, is driving this vitally important piece of work, examining Climate Resilience and Net Zero Solutions for Hull. Students from Newland School for Girls and The Boulevard Academy were able to see their work from the first round of workshops displayed alongside the latest Dialogue Maps that have been commissioned for this project. They have been working alongside adults from a whole raft of organisations to further develop ideas. The university team will then use these to develop proposals to present to the key policymakers in Hull. Flooding is a particular issue that the city faces so, with climate change and rising sea levels, this is an essential piece of work. Our profound thanks go to our colleagues at Hull University for continuing to include our young people in this venture. It is also a clear demonstration of the Lundy Model working in an authentic way. Our students value the safe space, that the university provides so their voice may be heard by the right audience, and will lead to having an influence on policy.


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