We will be developing our resources for teachers and pupils over the coming months. Here are just a few to get you started. Please do let us know if there is anything you would like to see!
Competition resources & info
Information and entry forms for our 2018-19 competitions and programmes.
Teaching research & Page Scholarship reports
Articles on Oracy and research and reports from our Walter Hines Page Scholarship programme.
Islamic Innovations Classroom Debate
What do coffee, architecture and algorithms have in common? They all went through an amazing period of innovation during the Golden Age of Muslim Civilisation!
Glasgow's Iconic Buildings Classroom Debate
Factsheets and resources to hold a balloon debate in your classroom about Glasgow’s Iconic Buildings.
Inventors, Innovators and Influencers
Resources to hold classroom debates about people who have made a significant impact on the world in the field of STEM.
Science Debating Resources and Factsheets
Factsheets and resources to hold classroom debates about science topics.
Science Debating Teachers Handbook
The full handbook for teachers for our Science Debating Programme. It also has lots of useful general debating activities and resources for the classroom.
Resource Notes for Creative Writing about Art
Lots of ideas for writing about works of art. Based on our 10-year Inspired? Get writing! competition, with the National Galleries of Scotland and the Scottish Poetry Library.
Speaking Frankly: The Case for Oracy in the Classroom
A collection of essays by teachers, academics and educational thinkers on the importance of oracy in education. The voices present a range of perspectives but all share an understanding of how vital it is for schools to pay attention to the explicit development of speaking and listening skills in their students.
Commissioned by The English-Speaking Union.
The State of Speaking in Our Schools
This report, by Will Millard and Loic Menzies, examines the current state of oracy in schools across the UK. It synthesises existing research on oracy, and explores teachers’ understanding of what oracy is, why it matters, how oracy is supported in classrooms and schools, and the main barriers to oracy.
Commissioned by Voice 21.