What is Participatory Budgeting?

Participatory budgeting
Participatory budgeting means involving people in taking real decisions about how a limited resource is going to be spent. In schools, that means pupils having their say about at least some of their school budget.

Every1counts, the school version of participatory budgeting, recognises that all pupils have something to contribute towards making their school a better place in which to live, work and learn.

Pupils involved in participatory budgeting in their school can learn how to work together in a democratic way using a well structured process that is fair and open to all. Making a real difference by taking on a real responsibility. Giving school councils radical new powers.

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