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2014 Programme National Awards Ceremony 2014

University of Glasgow Monday 16th June 2014

Awards Presented by: Adventurer

Mark Beaumont

Awards Presented by

Programme Primary

Mark first made fame for an 18,000 mile round-theworld bike race, where he smashed the previous World Record by a staggering 82 days. He followed this with a 13,000 mile ride down the length of the Rockies and Andes, climbing the highest mountains in Alaska and Argentina. Off the bike, he has ocean rowed through the high Arctic and survived after capsizing whilst rowing the Atlantic. Mark is also passionate about sharing his and many others sporting stories, and has filmed a series of successful BBC documentaries. This includes presenting the build up to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Broadcaster, Adventurer, Author and Speaker Games as the Queen’s Baton relay has made its way around 70 nations and territories.

Mark Beaumont

Lachlan is a co-founder of the non-profit organisation called The Band4Hope Project which empowers people to spread hope through trackable wristbands, passed on to raise money for charity and inspire acts of kindness.

Lachlan McWilliam Co-founder of The Band4Hope Project

David Lorimer Director of Awards

Lachlan’s background is in finance and technology but he recently spent two years travelling overland in Africa, supporting communities through trade and raising funds and awareness for charity. He is currently working to rid the world of unsafe injections with The Safepoint Trust.

David is Chief Executive of Character Scotland and creator of the Inspire>Aspire Awards having originally developed the format in 2006. Since then the awards programme has gone from strength to strength reaching many thousands of young people in schools across the UK and further afield. David was Scottish and British Universities 3000m Steeplechase Champion in 1972.

2.00 pm

Refreshments, exhibition of prize winning posters and the opportunity to meet people who can help you to bring your ‘Vision for a Better World’ to life

2.40 pm

Welcome from Dr. Beth Dickson, Deputy Head of the School of Education, The University of Glasgow

2.45 pm

David Lorimer, Director of Awards

2.50 pm

Record breaking long distance cyclist, Mark Beaumont

3.00 pm

Lachlan McWilliam, Co-founder of The Band4Hope Project

3.05 pm

Inspire>Aspire Awards, introduced by a key member of the judging panel

3.35 pm

Inspire>Aspire – ‘What next’?

3.40 pm

Closing remarks by David Lorimer

Secondary 4.00 pm

Refreshments, exhibition of prize winning posters and the opportunity to meet people who can help you to bring your ‘Vision for a Better World’ to life

4.40 pm

Welcome from Dr. Beth Dickson, Deputy Head of the School of Education, The University of Glasgow

4.45 pm

David Lorimer, Director of Awards

4.50 pm

Record breaking long distance cyclist, Mark Beaumont

5.00 pm

Lachlan McWilliam, Co-founder of The Band4Hope Project

5.05 pm

Inspire>Aspire Awards, including the other UK and International Awards, introduced by a key member of the judging panel

5.35 pm

The ‘Thank You Film Awards’

5.45 pm

WW1: Values from History Awards

5.50 pm

Inspire>Aspire – ‘What next’?

5.55 pm

Closing remarks by Tom Harrison Deputy Director of the Jubilee Centre for Character & Virtues


In the hall Take action on your Vision for a Better World! As a 'National Finalist’ you have reflected upon your character and values and your 'Vision for a better World’; we want to help you bring this vision to life!

Apprenticeships in Scotland is a social enterprise project run by young people under a unique apprenticeship scheme called Apprenticeships in Enterprise. A team of youth opportunities advisers will be on hand to discuss the different opportunities available for young people, how they can use their key character strengths in the future and to share their own personal experiences of achieving their vision.

We are delighted to introduce you to the following organisations that can provide you with opportunities to use your character strengths and take action on your vision, now and in the future. Please take time to meet them while viewing your poster in the Hunter Hall and find out how you can get involved today.

The Scotland Malawi Partnership is an umbrella organisation which exists to inspire the people and organisations of Scotland to be involved with Malawi in an informed, coordinated and effective way so that both nations benefit. Visit their stall to learn how to get involved in their work. 

For further information about each organisation go to: The Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues is one of the world’s largest research centres dedicated to character and virtue. Visit their stall to learn how to get involved in their school projects.

The Ayawara Ensemble is a West African percussion and dance group based in Glasgow. They aim to promote music and dance in schools and communities. During the exhibition they will be performing atmospheric WestAfrican Music reflecting the Spirit of the Commonwealth.

The Gratitude Project was created by Lindsay Gale and has recently delivered the programme with great success in Applecross Primary School.

JTS has challenged schools to sell 90kg of Kilombero Rice – the amount of rice which would enable a Malawian farmer to send a child to school for a year. This creates a link between the pupils and the farmers, as well as quantifying the benefits of fair trade.

The Virtues Project International Association is a global grassroots initiative to inspire the practice of virtues in everyday life, sparking a global revolution of kindness, justice, and integrity in more than 100 countries. Visit the stall to learn more about the work of the Virtues Project and how to get involved.

UNICEF is the world’s leading organisation working for children and their rights. UNICEF works with families, local communities, partners and government in Scotland and in more than 190 countries around the world to help every child realise their rights and fulfil their potential. Visit their stall to learn about UNICEF UK’s Rights Respecting Schools Award, which puts child rights at the heart of schools, and an exciting new child rights experience for children, being developed as a legacy programme of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

The Scottish Youth Parliament is the democratically elected voice of Scotland’s young people. It is a young people’s parliament, designed by young people and led by young people for the benefit of young people. Visit their stall to learn about voter engagement, voter registration and the volunteer opportunities they offer.

Vision Africa supports disadvantaged children and youths in Kenya. Through their “Commonwealth Connections” programme they have developed resources for students in the UK to learn about the similarities and differences between the two cultures. This is the stall to visit for schools interested in Global Citizenship and making partnerships with students in Kenya.

Keep Scotland Beautiful is the independent charity which takes action, campaigns and educates on a range of local, national and global environmental issues affecting people’s quality of life.Visit their stall to learn about Eco-Schools, Young Reporters for the Environment, Junior Climate Challenge Fund, Clean Up Scotland Campaign and One Planet Picnic.

Micro-Tyco is an Enterprise and Citizenship Challenge run by the charity WildHearts. Visit their stall to learn how to take part in the MicroTyco challenge, find out about microfinance and the work of WildHearts in lifting whole communities out of poverty.


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Primary 7

James Walker Dalmellington Primary School

Primary 5

Daisy Shannon Carmichael Primary School

Primary 6 Rebecca Brown

St Ninians Primary School

Primary Awards

Primary Finalists

Primary 7

Special Commendation :

1st Prize

(1) James John Walker

Dalmellington Primary School*

2nd Prize

(2) Sophie Shannon

Carmichael Primary School*

3rd Prize

(3) Jessica Thorburn

Errol Primary School*

3rd Prize

(4) Jack Faulds

St Ninian’s Primary School*

4th Prize

(5) Callum Murison

George Heriot’s Junior School*

4th Prize

(6) Jubal George

Holy Family RC Primary School*

Primary 6 1st Prize

(7) Rebecca Brown

St Ninian’s Primary School

2nd Prize

(8) Amy Christie

Elie Primary School

3rd Prize

(9) Charli Dolan

St Ninian’s Primary School

4th Prize

(10) Max Holmes

Ruthvenfield Primary School*

Primary 5 1st Prize

(11) Daisy Shannon

Carmichael Primary School

2nd Prize

(12) Aaron Laurie

Comely Park School

2nd Prize

(13) Hattie Lindohf

St Mary’s Episcopal Primary School

3rd Prize

(14) Emma Ashworth

Elie Primary School

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(15) Ruby Somerville, Elie Primary School (16) Leon Gray, Cairneyhill Primary School (17) Kelly Chan, Abbey Primary School* (18) Dean Carig, Abbotswell Primary School* (19) Janie Patterson, Acharacle Primary School* (20) Sophie Wilson, Airyhall Primary School* (21) Tara Jackson, Arrochar Primary School* (22) Eilidh McDowall, Balmalloch Primary School* (23) Abbie Macaulay, Barsail Primary School* (24) Anna Smith, Beith Primary School* (25) Caitlin Scott, Blackwood Primary School (26) Kayla Mallinson, Blackwood Primary School* (27) Maisie Franssen McIlroy, Blairdardie Primary School* (28) Amy Johnson, Braehead Primary School* (29) Nicole Franklin, Bramblebrae Primary School* (30) Natalia Chociaj, Brimmond Primary School* (31) Ailidh Flett-Grieve, Broomhill Primary School* (32) Matthew Leitch, Cairneyhill Primary School* (33) Lucy Stevenson, Capshard Primary School* (34) Elanor Thompson, Castlehill Primary School* (35) Freya McKenzie, Charleston Primary School* (36) Becky Figures, Cochrane Castle Primary School* (37) Chiara Watt, Comely Park School* (38) Florence South, Coupar Angus Primary School (39) Georgina Sturrock, Coupar Angus Primary School* (40) Yasmin Parsa, Cults Primary School* (41) Leo Paton, Dailly Primary School* (42) Naomi Cumming, Dalgety Bay Primary School* (43) Zoe Thomson, Dysart Primary School* (44) Faye Campbell, Echt School* (45) Tom Pendry, Elie Primary School (46) Isla Timmermans, Elie Primary School* (47) Natalie Innes, Fair Isle Primary School* (48) Donald Pirie, Foveran School (49) Viola Tiemeyer, Foveran School* (50) Ellie Stevenette, Girvan Primary School* (51) Cameron Cummings, Glashieburn Primary School* (52) Vicky Sham, Gourock Primary School (53) Angela Cardy, Gourock Primary School* (54) Ellie Walterson, Happy Hansel Primary School (55) Kirsty Walterson, Happy Hansel Primary School* (56) Iola Farquhar, Hazlehead Primary School* (57) Jopaul Jobi, Holy Family RC Primary School (58) Hanock Saji, Holy Family RC Primary School (59) Molly Billes, Juniper Green Primary School*

(60) Roseanna Simseon, Kingsford Primary School* (61) Sara Mohammed, Kinmylies Primary School* (62) Becky Ferguson, Kirkmichael Primary School* (63) Kayleigh Cameron, Lasswade Primary School* (64) Robbie Templeton, Lockerbie Primary School* (65) Josh Munro, Loirston Primary School* (66) Hannah Lindsay, Menstrie Primary School* (67) Keisha Bower, Middleton Park Primary School* (68) Nicole Creighton, Milltimber Primary School (69) Yasser Bennadji, Milltimber Primary School* (70) Sheya Quadras, Muirfield School* (71) Lexie Sangster, Murthly Primary School* (72) Holly Wright, Ruthvenfield Primary School (73) Tamsin Fowler, Ruthvenfield Primary School (74) Caitlin Muir, Sanday Community School (75) Kacey Brown, Sanday Community School* (76) Daisy Armstrong, Scotstown Primary School* (77) Elena Cooke, Shawlands Primary School* (78) Jessica Mannion, St Andrew’s Primary School* (79) Natasha Hoole, St Columbkille’s Primary School (80) Eve MacKinnon, St Columbkille’s Primary School* (81) Giuliano Piacentini, St Columbkille’s Primary School (82) Megan Gethin, St David’s Primary School* (83) Hannah McNeil, St Fillan’s Primary School* (84) Orla Proctor, St Mary’s Episcopal Primary School* (85) Alex Pearson, St Mary’s Episcopal Primary School (86) Steven Stewart, St Monan’s Primary School (87) Kerr Bowman, St Monan’s Primary School* (88) Leonie Cudahy, St Mun’s Primary School* (89) Abbie McTaggart, St Ninan’s Primary School (90) Mollie Thomson, St Ninian’s Primary School (91) Ryan Harvey, St Ninian’s Primary School (92) Niamh Fraser, St Ninian’s Primary School (93) Niamh Carey, St Ninian’s Primary School (94) Sara Cartwright, St Peter’s Primary School* (95) Sofia Wise, Straiton Primary School* (96) Chloe Arnott, Stoneywood Primary School* (97) Rachel Reid, Tipperty Primary School* (98) Catherine Paterson, Tulliallan Primary School* (99) Sophie Crawford, Tulliallan Primary School (100) Martina Ciacciarelli, Williamston Primary School* (101) Owen Wright, Woodside Primary School* * also denotes best in school

NOTE: The number that appears next each name DOES NOT indicate a place, it is an organisational tool. All finalists within their category have achieved at an equal level.

Secondary Awards Gold 1st Prize (1) Gabrielle Edward Inverurie Academy* 2nd Prize (2) Morgan Morris Waid Academy* 3rd Prize (3) Amelia Mellors Sanday Community School*

4th Prize (4) Carla Banks Inverurie Academy 5th Prize (5) Katherine Campion Hawick High School* Highly Commended (6) Mia Quinn, Hyndland Secondary School* (7) Shaunlee Ogilvie, Waid Academy

Silver 1st Prize (19) Ross Laird Gryffe High School* 2nd Prize (20) Kim Denton Balfron High School* 2nd Prize (21) Molly Younie St George’s School* 3rd Prize (22) Veronica Haughey Glasgow Academy

2nd Prize (69) Elisha Scobie St Andrews RC High School* 3rd Prize (70) Amy Walsh Bellshill Academy* 4th Prize (71) Meredith Beale Sanday Community School 4th Prize (72) Meg Wilson Stranraer Academy*

(8) Kirsty Lawson, George Heriot’s School* (9) Sarah Scott, George Heriot’s School (10) Emma Murray, Glasgow Academy* (11) Felix Roberts, The Gordon Schools* (12) Kirsty Campbell, Hawick High School (13) Aimee Cran, Inverurie Academy

(14) Elizabeth Smith, Inverurie Academy (15) Alamin Kudehinbu, Strathallan School (16) Maggie English, Strathallan School* (17) Erin Meek, Ullapool High School* (18) Emma Shilton, Waid Academy

Silver Finalists

4th Prize (23) Chloe Reid Grove Academy* 4th Prize (24) Kirsty Bruce Turriff Academy* Highly Commended (25) Tabitha Beavitt, Tain Royal Academy*

Bronze 1st Prize (68) Daniel Winter Langholm Academy*

Gold Finalists

(26) Laura Gow, Albyn School* (27) Alexander Anderson, Albyn School (28) Joseph Heath, Auchmuty High School* (29) Sophie Hutchison, Baldragon Academy* (30) Ross MacKinnon, Braes High School* (31) Lucy Mucklow, Broughton High School* (32) Lorna Salvini, Broxburn Academy* (33) Oliver Threlfall, Deans Community High School* (34) Katie Hudson, Douglas Ewart High School* (35) Kiera Mitchell, Forfar Academy* (36) Chloe Trendall, Fortrose Academy* (37) David Watt, Fraserburgh Academy* (38) Eilidh MacDonald, Gairloch High School* (39) Iain Nelson, Gairloch High School (40) Ellana Gilbert, George Heriot’s School (41) Annabelle Brown, Glasgow Academy (42) Catriona MacLeod, Glasgow Gaelic School* (43) Jamie Aquinu, Gracemount High School* (44) Ishbel Hall, Grove Academy (45) Isla Galbraith, Grove Academy (46) Lily Gutierrez, Gryffe High School

Bronze Finalists (73) Natalie Adams, All Saints Secondary School* (74) Kelsie Pool, Annan Academy* (75) Ewan MacDonald, Arduamurchan High School* (76) Lyndsay Montgomerie, Auchinleck Academy* (77) Morgan Butler, Bishopbriggs Academy* (78) Lauren McAdam, Braes High School (79) Brogan Stewart, Brannock High School* (80) Lauren McLean, Cleveden Secondary School* (81) Anna Daisley, Clydeview Academy* (82) Alasdair Reid, Community School of Auchterarder* (83) Kate McKay, Dyce Academy* (84) Katie Litte, Elgin High School (85) Christopher Kendall, Elgin High School* (86) Stewart Little, Elgin High School* (87) Sam MacLeod, Falkirk High School* (88) Lauren Hayhurst, Golspie High School* (89) Robbie Dougall, Grangemouth High School*

(90) Asiyah Azeem, Holyrood Secondary School* (91) Michael Sked, Inveralmond Community High School* (92) Brooke Woodrow, Islay High School* (93) Finlay Hay, Knox Academy (94) Iona Riley, Knox Academy* (95) Kelsey Laird, Lockerbie Academy* (96) Grace Kane, North Berwick High School* (97) Connar McClellan, Park School* (98) Anna Pasteur, Perth Grammar School* (99) Lauren Riddell, Portlethen Academy* (100) Jane Keenan, Queen Anne High School* (101) Jordan Smith, Ross High School* (102) Chloe Donald, Rosshall Academy (103) Kelsey McGuinness, St Andrew’s High School* (104) Beth McHugh, St John’s RC High School* (105) Matuesz Majchrzak, St Margaret’s High School*

(47) Sam Colville, Hillhead High School* (48) Georgina Brown, Hyndland Secondary School (49) Elena Walker, Kilsyth Academy* (50) Heather McKenzie, Kilwinning Academy* (51) Joanne Krus, Kilwinning Academy (52) Melissa Hemmingsley, King’s Park Secondary* (53) Rebecca Bisset, Kinross High School* (54) Eliza Stevenson, Kinross High School (55) Ruairi Beattie, Kirkcudbright Academy* (56) Pyper Nixon, Morgan Academy (57) Nicole Mathieson, Morgan Academy* (58) Malin Lewis, Portree High School* (59) Rebecca Irving, Renfrew High School* (60) Chloe McGowan, Rosshall Academy* (61) Jasmine Walker, Sanday Community School (62) David Alexander, Sgoil Lionacleit* (63) Calista McCauley, St Aidan’s High School* (64) Amy Ferguson, St Thomas Aquinas Secondary* (65) Jonathan Christie, Stonelaw High School* (66) Aidan Fuge, Strathallan School (67) Robyn Pirie, Ullapool High School

(106) Chloe Brady, St Mungo’s Academy* (107) Rory Kemp Smith, Tarbert Academy* (108) Kara Sanders, Woodmill High School* Special Commendation (109) Heather Nicoll, Baldragon Academy (110) Christopher Thomson, Bishopbriggs Academy (111) Jason Copeland, Douglas Ewart High School (112) Iona McPhillips, Douglas Ewart High School (113) Scott McClymont, Good Shepherd Centre* (114) Alasdair Reid, Renfrew High School (115) Kyle Doig, South West Fife Youth Achievement* (116) Rebekah Stobie, Tryst Centre* (117) Tasha Stephen, Turriff Academy (118) Chloe Thompson, Turriff Academy (119) Steven Whitelock, Ullapool High School

NOTE: The number that appears next each name DOES NOT indicate a place, it is an organisational tool. All finalists within their category have achieved at an equal level. * also denotes best in school


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Gold 1st


Gabrielle Edward Inverurie Academy

Bronze 1st

Daniel Winter

Langholm Academy

Silver 1st Ross Laird

Gryffe High School

England Winners 2014 Gold 1st Prize 2nd Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize

Gold Helena Polomcic, Tiffin Girls School* Amani Ader, The Green School* Acksayaa Perinpatuma, Tiffin Girls School Safron Salhan, Vyners School*

Silver 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize

Anisha Mehta, Watford Grammar School Mikhela Treon, Watford Grammar School Esha Shah, Watford Grammar School

Molly Grimley, Radyr Comprehensive School Aaliyah Aslam, Birchgrove Comprehensive School Lily-Mae Sutcliffe, Radyr Comprehensive School Katherine Davies, Birchgrove Comprehensive School

1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize

Rianna Man, Radyr Comprehensive School Wasima Mohammad, Radyr Comprehensive School Harrison Button, Coedcae School

Bronze Prija Kara Juttla, Vyners School Holly Saltmarsh, St Gregory’s School Shauna Rogers, St Gregory’s School Almedina Carrion, St Angela Ursuline School

Primary 1st Prize

1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize 3rd Prize


Bronze 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize 4th Prize

Wales Winners 2014

1st Prize 1st Prize 3rd Prize 4th Prize

Zuzanna Janas, Coedcae School Bethan Adamson, Pencoed School Olivia Jonn, Coedcae School Lana Parsons, Pencoed School

Primary Harriet Crump, Cotshill Middle School

Special Commendation: Katie Greyland, Hemstead Hall

1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize

India Mae Harris, Raglan Primary School Jo Harrison, Raglan Primary School Luca Nardone, St Joseph’s Primary School


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Northern Ireland Winners 2014 Gold 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize 4th Prize

Maddie Robinson, Victoria College Anna Ledgwood, St Mary’s Grammar School Kaitlin Church, St Colm’s High School Eimear Rogers, St Colm’s High School

Silver 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize 4th Prize

Yasmin Doyle, Victoria College Robn Winstone, Victoria College Frances Johnstone, St Pius X College Louise O’Neill, Victoria College

Bronze 1st Prize 2nd Prize

Aime Atchison, St Mary’s Grammar School Jessica Crawley, Belfast Model Girls School

Special Commendation – Saul Young, Sullivan Upper School

Primary 6 1st Prize 1st Prize

Elise Donnelly, Victoria Prep School Theo Finch, Inchmarlo Prep School

Primary 7 1st Prize 2nd Prize

Johnny Cheyne, Sullivan Upper Prep School Steffie Scott, Wallace Prep School





g in k a M e h t in s Global Citizen This year we have achieved participation in 42 of the 71 Commonwealth Nations and Territories; please visit the ‘International Poster Area’ in the Hunter Hall to see their work, you can also see them here: For the 2014-2015 phase of the programme we want to build upon the Legacy of the Glasgow 2014 Games as they move on to Gold Coast 2018 by helping as many young people as possible share their experience of life; because by developing young people’s knowledge of the world and their country’s place in it and their understanding of their global peers’ beliefs, values and goals we can help create true Global Citizens who are prepared for life and active participation in a global multicultural society. Next year we will reach out to the remaining 29 areas so that we achieve our intention of making a significant contribution to best practice in character and global citizenship education. For more information on finding a Commonwealth partner school contact:

Inspire>Aspire – What next?

Inspire>Aspire: Global Citizens in the Making will run again in 2014-2015 and activate our ‘Legacy’ year where we will continue to use the unique opportunity of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games to inspire and ‘Connect’ young people throughout the Commonwealth.

To register your interest please contact

Parul Khattar KIIT World School, Delhi

Partner School: Waid Academy

WWI : Values from History SCOTLAND

The Centenary commemorations for the First World War will begin in 2014. We have created a new poster programme to mark this centenary and provide an opportunity for selfdiscovery and personal development, helping young people to find the inspiration to develop aspirations for life. Completing the poster will help students to learn about values from history and the heroic stories of those who fought and suffered on the front, often making the ultimate sacrifice. In the process students learn new things about themselves about others and about history. A small number of schools have helped to pilot the poster this year. The top primary and secondary posters are on display. The student’s named below will receive an award. NER: Jessica PRIMARY WIN

Thorburn, Errol


The Thank You Film Awards, run by the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues at the University of Birmingham, is a national competition exploring what young people are grateful for. Young filmmakers were invited to make a film to thank a person, group or organisation that has really inspired them, made their life better or improved their local community, Britain or the world! Over 100 films were submitted to the competition and awards ceremonies have been held in Manchester, Birmingham and London.

The shortlisted films in Scotland are:


GROVE ACADEMY Thetis Walker, Lauren Walker, Ashleigh Clark, Chloe Randall, Elisabeth Smith, Amir Ali Emami, Robyn Park and Jade Kiersten. SECONDAR Y WINNER:


Fiona Hamilton.

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HYNDLAND SECONDARY SCHOOL Beth Morley, Catriona MacDonald, Rosie Stephen, Poppy Wingate, Amy Gourlay, Meghan Taylor.


The anniversary of the First World War cannot only be about remembering sacrifice but it is also an opportunity to ensure that young people understand how conflict can easily arise out of ambition, prejudice and arrogance. Selfawareness and self-understanding can be powerful influences against reasons to the use of force in all circumstances, which is why I support his project.

Rt Hon Sir Menzies Campbell, CH, CBE

For more info or to take part please visit:

The winner and runner up will be announced during the course of the evening, and the winning film will be screened.

Thank you to all the schools and students who made films, and to the members of staff who supported them!

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