Lolly sticks are a really simple way to randomly select children, but like anything they need to be used properly.
‘Hands up’ is a very common way of inviting pupil participation in lessons. However, research shows that typically only around 25% of the class raise their hands.
A great way to start the day in Early Years - developing early language and reasoning as well as engaging families in their child’s learning.
Pupil Voice is an important part of my Talk Audits; here are some recent responses when I asked Key Stage 2 children their opinions about Hands Up…