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VocalEyes Democracy Day no. 3 in Llanelli as part of the Children's Zones initiative, this time at Bigyn Primary School .. check out these young people's priorities, they may not be what you expect.

Categories: Highlights, Featured, Videos, posted on 13 Apr 2019

SPORTING EQUIPMENT has been a request for years at Cathays, and now we’ve finally had them. Cathays is proud for its pupil voice as we keep on updating with pupil requests. 
Cathays has put up goal posts with nets and basketball hoops. This is great as the school is promoting sport which is wha the school community wanted.
We strongly encourage you to keep us posted with changes and wishes for our community. Keep on rating and posting. VC

Categories: Highlights, Featured, Ideas into Action, posted on 21 Jan 2019

Your Students' Association have been working in partnership with Baxter Storey over the past few months, providing them with your feedback and ideas! We received over 200 ratings for ideas relating to more vegan, vegetarian and food intolerance options

Baxter Storey have now introduced more food options and products for students with specific dietary requirements. Please ask a member of the Catering staff for what options are available and they'll be able to point them out to you.

If there are any other food options or products you would like on the menu, please email: amiller@baxterstorey.com

Food featured in the video: Pesto roasted vegetable baguette topped with buffalo mozzarella. Sea salt, thyme and black pepper roasted vegetable baguette with a duo of roast vineyard cherry tomatoes and mustard slaw. Full range of Grab 'n' Go vegetarian sandwiches, pasta pots, jacket potatoes and fillings. New vegan lines coming soon! 

Categories: Highlights, Featured, Ideas into Action, Videos, posted on 23 Oct 2018

My Voice - More vegan, vegetarian and intolerances food options.

Categories: Highlights, Featured, posted on 25 Sep 2018

Fortunately the work from Glyncollen can point the teachers in the right direction. Here the pupils have demonstrated their understanding of democracy, democratic values and democratic processes through their campaign to reduce plastic use in their school.

They now know who the head of Swansea Council is, whom their local councillor is, what ward they live in and how they can become participants in democracy now – these young people are therefore grappling with the issues Donaldson identified – ethical issues such as sustainability and social justice.

They have gained an ability to deal with these issues by becoming active citizens and in the process gained confidence in their capacity to exert influence in their own school and community. Donaldson would be proud!

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Categories: Highlights, Featured, posted on 14 Sep 2018