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Citizenship Awards

The Trades House of Glasgow aims to recognise the excellent work being undertaken by schools in, for and with their communities.

The Citizenship Award is open to all schools - pre-5, primary, secondary and special needs.

"Being involved in the Citizenship awards really helps the children to have a voice and say within the running of the school. It’s helps staff and children to work together for a better future, giving children vital skills in reasoning, justifying and forming their own opinions on various matters. The fact that all of this is recognised through the citizenship award and the Trades House helps all of the school community (staff, parents and children) to understand the importance of developing these skills for everyone’s future."

Teacher, Darnley Primary School (previous winner of the Citizenship Awards

There is no monetary award, rather a certificate for all commended schools and a plaque for the winning school. Each school gaining the award is entitled to display the Trades House logo on their stationery.

Schools qualifying for the award competition would be involved in some of the following:

  • contributing to the life of the local community
  • participating in local events
  • undertaking local ventures
  • contributing to newspapers and other media
  • linking with local industry/employers
  • providing events which the local community can attend
  • involving the local community in the educational life of the school by assisting pupils in a variety of activities
  • enabling members of the local community to take part in educational experience to encourage lifelong learning
  • any project which involves the community helping the school or the school helping the community

Each year, the winning school is announced at an award ceremony held in the Trades Hall of Glasgow. The award ceremony will be held on the 3rd June 2024 at 5.00pm.  The winning school in 2023 was Lorne Street Primary School.

For more information contact Jackie Mullen or call 0141 553 1605