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Home > News and views > ‘It can’t be that only children who go to certain schools get to have a voice’

‘It can’t be that only children who go to certain schools get to have a voice’

On Tuesday, 5 March, 6.30-9pm, Helen Russell will be joining us at Dartmouth House to talk about her new book How to Raise a Viking. Ahead of this event, she tells us how confidence and teaching oracy skills are at the heart of parenting and education in Nordic countries – where children have the highest rates of well-being globally. You can read the full story on our member’s hub now, or sign up to become a member here. And please do join us for what is sure to be a highly entertaining and illuminating evening. Book your tickets now

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