Start thinking about your next project!

The next competition launches in February 2017

We want to hear about a student initiated project that has made a difference 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 that democracy and teamwork led to a positive change.

 

 

The Speaker’s School Council Awards are open to every infant, primary, secondary and SEN school in the UK.

A winning school council will be awarded in each of four age categories:

  • Infant age (4-7)
  • Junior age (8-11)
  • Secondary age (12-16)
  • Young adults (17-19)

 

Winners of the Speaker's School Council Awards 2015

  • 4-7: Heathwood Lower School - Fairtrade in the Community and Abroad
  • 8-11: St. Mary's RC First School - Rainbow Room Sponsored Event
  • 12-16: Woodside High School - Talk about it
  • 17-19: Beacon Academy - LGBTQ Anti-Bullying Initiative

Congratulations to winning schools and well done to all schools that entered this year. Keep up the good school council work!

Latest Blog - Judging the 2016 Competition Entries with Mr Speaker

As school trips they don't get any better than spending the afternoon at the House of Commons in Speaker's private office. Well that is what happened to Mario and Noa, two students from St...