St Bernard Catholic Grammar


Pledge Inspire and empower young people to get involved in social action; Put social action at the heart of my school; Inspire, empower and reward young people to lead social action; Build strong local partnerships that support youth social action; Develop new, youth-friendly social action opportunities; Help young people act as health champions, supporting their peers and communities to live healthier lifestyles; Ensure young people’s voices are heard so that services and organisations are shaped with their needs at the centre; Help young people support their communities in either health and social care settings or their wider communities.

St Bernard Catholic Grammar2019-10-07T10:12:21+01:00

Saint Paul’s R. C. High School


Saint Paul`s R. C. High School is a local secondary school at the heart of its community in Pollok, Glasgow.  We are passionate about improving the life chances of every young person in our care through developing skills for learning, life and work. Our strong partnerships with families, associated primaries and other local secondary schools, local businesses and the community are forged to help and support the young people living in the surrounding area. We place a huge emphasis on Health and Well Being and we encourage participation in a wide range of sporting activities and in volunteering to support others. [...]

Saint Paul’s R. C. High School2019-10-07T09:38:56+01:00

Leytonstone School


School looking to embed social action into the PSHE curriculum. Pledge: To put social action at the heart of my school. I will ensure that social action is embedded throughout or school PSHE curriculum giving students the opportunity to increase their well being and feel empowered through social action.  

Leytonstone School2019-10-07T09:21:51+01:00

RSA Academies


Pledge: RSA Academies’ mission is to provide an inspirational and creative education for all pupils. We pledge to put social action at the heart of our trust wide Commitment to ‘Preparing for the World Beyond School’. We believe in the clear double benefits to young people and their community that youth-led social action brings. We will continue to develop opportunities for our pupils to engage in high-quality social action programmes that are shaped by young people’s passions, needs and ideas. An RSA Academies school is also a ‘green school’. We will inspire young people with the knowledge and zeal to champion [...]

RSA Academies2019-11-14T15:10:06+00:00

Colchester Academy


A local secondary school at the heart of the local community that wants to help and support the people living in the surrounding area. Pledge:  Put social action at the heart of my school, college or university. We promise to support the local community and it's families in a range of social and economic issues, build strong local partnerships and ensure young people have a voice and are represented in decision making within our school.

Colchester Academy2019-09-10T13:59:19+01:00

The Pegasus Award CIC


The Pegasus Award CIC works with schools and youth organisations to promote increased progress, aspiration and resilience by developing key skills and by rewarding relative progression. The Pegasus Award is a 4-strand framework which, since its formation in 2014, has had a positive impact on over 5000 learners across the age and ability range and supports entirely the ethos and values associated with #iwill. Our Pledge: Promote the link between youth social action and employability, Communicate the benefits of youth social action to our employees and encourage them to volunteer in support of it. The Pegasus Award CIC is committed to [...]

The Pegasus Award CIC2019-08-30T16:03:53+01:00

Crawley Town Community Foundation


Our Mission: Our programmes and services are based on the belief that engagement through sport can result in far more than developing sports skills. It can harness a sense of mutual respect and trust, widen horizons, raise aspirations and provide opportunities for people regardless of their background. We use the power of sport and football and appeal of the brand to engage, inspire and empower people and we are and focused on developing the community through a range of programmes and services based on the following themes: Health & wellbeing, sports participation, equalities and inclusion, education, enterprise, employment and skills, regeneration [...]

Crawley Town Community Foundation2019-07-09T11:48:16+01:00

Blog – DfE’s call for evidence on character education


The Department for Education have launched a call for evidence on developing young people’s character both in and out of school or college.  The work is being developed with the support of their Character Advisory Group, on which a number of #iwill campaign partners sit, including our co-founder and trustee Dame Julia Cleverdon. Watch Ella's short video on the consultation below. We are calling on all #iwill campaign partners to:  Submit evidence to the consultation before the deadline of the 5th July, which demonstrates the value of youth social action for character development and the development [...]

Blog – DfE’s call for evidence on character education2020-09-11T13:48:54+01:00

Mental Health Awareness Week: The Russell School


In October 2018, The Russell School was awarded a small grant from Team London to help turn their idea for a mental health social action project into a reality. Their idea: “Bubbles for Troubles”, a mental health support bag inspired by the wellbeing section of the Team London Young Ambassadors Social Action Toolkit and by a social action workshop from Team London. Based on class discussions on issues they cared about – mental health was the clear stand-out priority. Jessica described the experiences of her Grandad Duncan in his Dementia home. Jago described how it helps him to recognise feelings (he [...]

Mental Health Awareness Week: The Russell School2020-09-11T13:56:21+01:00

St. Cuthberts Catholic High School


Working with HYPE Merseyside we will enhance outdoor spaces with our students through innovative workshops and delivery. We will be turning a disused space into a ‘Vibrant’ outdoor learning area. We will create a wildlife area which will be transformed into a wild flower meadow with plants attracting pollinators, such as bees and bumblebees. We will select seeds to grow wild plants and flowers, such as: birds-foot trefoil (important for common blue butterfly caterpillars), common sorrel (important for small copper butterfly caterpillars), cowslip, field scabious, hoary plantain, greater and common knapweed, lady's bedstraw, meadow buttercup, ox-eye daisy, red clover, ribwort plantain, [...]

St. Cuthberts Catholic High School2019-05-13T16:14:35+01:00
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