Tag Archive: children’s mayor

Active Citizenship in Leeds

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In 2016, the My Health, My School survey in Leeds revealed that only 43% of primary school pupils and 21% of secondary school pupils felt that they had a say in the way… Continue reading

Leeds Children’s Mayor voting closing shortly!

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The prestigious position of Leeds Children’s Mayor will soon be decided by the children and young people of Leeds. The voting period is open till 12pm on 5 November 2015.. All children and… Continue reading

Meet the Leeds primary pupils keeping rail passengers safe this Christmas…

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A group of six pupils from Bramley St Peter’s Church of England School are playing their part in keeping Christmas rail commuters safe by designing festive safety posters. The posters are being displayed… Continue reading

There’s a new Children’s Mayor for Leeds, here’s what she wants to change in the city…

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The annual Leeds Children’s Mayor election enables Children and Young People to vote for the year 6 pupil they feel should become a leading voice for young people in our city. This year,… Continue reading

Leeds Pupils Campaign With Go-Givers

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The Go-Givers’ Make a Difference Challenge supports key stage 2 children (aged 7 – 11) in leading a social action campaign on a local, national or global issue of their choice. The challenge… Continue reading

Being Leeds children’s mayor

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Since being elected as Children’s Mayor I have had various responsibilities such as switching on the Leeds Christmas Lights and laying a wreath on behalf of all the children in Leeds, at the… Continue reading