Hurst Primary's school council devised a 'Playground Buddy' scheme to prevent miserable and lonely break times.
Ashbrow School students tackle road safety at their school by becoming traffic wardens and distributing advice to parents, staff and visitors.
Students from St Helen's College have developed stronger links with older people in the community by reading poetry, chatting, and enjoying craft activities together
School councillors at Ladywood Special School embarked on an Eco Project and encouraged their school to recycle and save water and electricity through the use of colourful and informative signs.
Birchwood Primary Schools' Council tackled their dinner halls' large amount of waste. One of the ways they did this was through rearing chickens that eat their scrap food.
The school council organised a school wide bake off- selling over 2000 cakes- to raise money for a bike shed, to meet the demand of students travelling to school on bikes and scooters.
Winmarleigh C of E Primary School improved their existing pond and installed a bridge, for pupils with physical and visual impairments, with the help of community organisations.
Worcesters Primary School students worked with the school cooks to reduce waste, and make lunch menus and snack breaks more healthy in order to improve health and learning.
School councillors at Kings Langley School encouraged their whole school to be more active and get involved in a range of health related tasks over a week of planned activities.
Young people from Quarry Mount Primary school and local community raised money to create a mural for the girls' toilets in school
School councillors and students of Blue Bell Hill Primary School have been working alongside Nottingham Citizens, a community organisation, on a 'Living Wage Campaign'.
School council members of Larmenier and Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School worked with nutritionists to design a healthy new recipe for their schools' catering company
Portfield School students provide training in their community and help others to communicate with students with hearing, language, speech, numeracy and literacy difficulties.
The students of West Lea School opened a charity shop that provides educational learning experiences for the pupils of their school, other schools within their borough and the wider community.
Redmile school students raised money for the charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.