Redmile school students raised money for the charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
School councillors at Kelvedon St Mary's Primary Academy helped to create an outside eating area and designed a catchy name- 'The Cookie Cave'- and mural to brighten up the outdoor space.
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.
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.
School councillors at St Paul's CofE Primary School attended Parliamentary style debate workshops and have been using their knowledge to run debates and share their skills with other students.
Students at Hallsville Primary School fundraised for every student to have a waterbottle in class to keep students active and ready for learning.
Hyde School's School Council organised a weekly careers session, led by teachers, that would teach and explore key skills needed for students' chosen career/profession.
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 councillors at Alban Wood Primary School are working to change the opinions of older members of the community, about their generation.
St Benedict's school councillors organised a tea party at their school, for senior citizens in their community.
School councillors at Lenham Primary School responded to the demand of students riding and scootering into school by organising new racks to be built on school grounds.
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.
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.
Students at the Sir John Sherbrooke school created a school wide project on raising aspirations around careers and employment
Students at Manchester Islamic High School for Girls renovated an unused garden using their knowledge from science lessons.