We really want to hear about your project and how it made a difference. The most successful applications will include information about how you chose your project – did you adopt a democratic process; about what your project objectives were; about what impact your project had and about how you evaluated it.
We have created some great resources to help you achieve this.
Getting people involved in your project
Telling people about what you are doing helps others get involved in, and support, your project.
Every project starts with an idea. Good school councillors, like Members of Parliament, work hard to collect ideas from everyone.
Planning your project
To make sure your project is successful, you’ll need to be clear about what you want to achieve, and how you’re going to do it
Measuring your success
Now you’ve completed your project, you need to find out whether you achieved your aims, and how successful it was.
Promote your project
Get great publicity for your school – create a press release!