West Lea School's school council opened a charity shop to raise money for their school and provide 'learning for life' opportunities for the community.
Ashbrow School students tackle road safety at school as traffic wardens.
Avonbourne College's Eco-Group develop a habitat to support butterfly, bee and moth conservation
4-7: St Francis de Sales - Intergenerational Ladies and Gents do Lunch
8-11: St Joseph's Catholic Primary School - Dementia Friends
12-16: Inscape House - AUWARE- Raising Autism Awareness in Local Schools
17-19: Ysgol Y Deri - School Construction Ambassadors
Congratulations to winning schools and well done to all schools that entered this year. Keep up the good school council work!
More information on the Speaker’s School Council Awards 2015/6 will be available from June. Please check back regularly for tips, resources and inspiration for your entry. It's easy to enter. Just tell us about the difference you made in your school or community.The size of your project doesn’t matter. It could be anything from increasing the number of recycling bins in your school to campaigning to save local wildlife.What matters is your school council's efforts led to a positive change.
A winning school council will be awarded in each of four age categories:
Last Tuesday we held our awards day for this year’s winning schools. Young people from the north west of England to Wales met at Parliament to celebrate their inspiring school council projects...