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Congrats to primary School Council Awards winners: Rice Lane (Liverpool) & New Earswick (York) http://t.co/lUjPA2e
Finalists and winners for the Speaker's School Council Awards 2011 announced http://t.co/lUjPA2e
Free student tickets to hear Lord Winston, fertility expert & broadcaster, talk on medical ethics http://bit.ly/ikxclA
As @BarackObama arrives at Parliament, play at being President with Executive Command from @icivics http://bit.ly/mzGaz8
Thanks for all your inspiring Speaker’s School Council Awards entries. We're judging them now - watch this space
We've extended the Speaker's School Council Awards deadline to Monday. Get your application in at http://bit.ly/cQp8Zs
Free CPD opportunity for primary and secondary teachers in Parliament: http://bit.ly/m63HKE
It's the final week for applications for the Speaker's School Council Awards. Apply now! http://bit.ly/cQp8Zs
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With 5 days to submit entries for the Speaker's School Council Awards, watch our final video: how to evaluate a project http://bit.ly/gtiUig
Part 5 of 6 in our Speaker's School Council Awards videos: keeping people involved http://bit.ly/fBCeJL
@SchoolCouncils Our contact details are here: http://www.parliament.uk/education/contact-us/
How to keep your team on track: more tips from MPs and school councils in part 4 of our 6 part video series http://bit.ly/i86mdd
Tips from MPs and school council members on how to plan projects in our third Speaker's School Council Awards video http://bit.ly/f4p00Y
Which project should you submit for the Speaker's School Council Awards? Find out in our second video http://bit.ly/eNFwtc