School Council discussions at Grove Road Primary School led to the complete transformation of a dangerous playground into a safe, fun, social and stimulating space.
Students at Childs Hill School became traffic duty monitors to inform and prevent parents from parking dangerously outside their school
Westbrook Hay Prep School students helped clear the school woodland to create a bike track, hoping to encourage students to be active, healthy and safe
St Benedict's school councillors organised a tea party at their school, for senior citizens in their community.
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.
The whole of Illogan Primary School were involved in an initiative to reduce energy use, reuse packaging, and recycle waste in school.
Hurst Primary's school council devised a 'Playground Buddy' scheme to prevent miserable and lonely break times.
School councillors set up an eco project and worked on a number of areas where their school could use less electricity, recycle more and encourage use of compost bins, which produce was then used for planting of fruit and vegetable.
Shrewsbury House School students planned, budgeted for, and designed a new play area for new students arriving at their school
Students at Manchester Islamic High School for Girls renovated an unused garden using their knowledge from science lessons.
Students at Winifred Holtby Academy created an online petition to gain support for a new zebra crossing outside their school after a student was involved in an accident
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.
Students at Mills Hill Primary created mosaics to encourage a whole school identity
School councillors at Loxford School have been working on greater school cohesion and have become reading monitors to younger pupils.
Students at Bitterne Park School have drastically changed their school's recycling policy and encouraged the wider community to reduce its carbon footprint.