In Doncaster, Cabinet members and senior leaders have made a commitment to put children at the heart of everything we do.
Listed below are the different ways in which you can get actively involved in ensuring your views and opinions are heard. If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to contact us on email@example.com
Make Your Mark
- Mental Health
- Put an end to Knife crime
- Equal pay for Equal work
Make Your Mark 2019 has now closed. The results will be posted in the coming weeks.
Junior Make Your Mark
In 2019 we created the Junior Make Your Mark campaign for children who are of a primary school age. We are excited to say that we are the very first local authority to recognise our children’s voices in this way.
The junior campaign mirrors the national campaign and gives children the chance to vote for one topic, that they feel needs to be changed and/or improved within the borough.
We are thrilled to announce that over 5000 local children, from 50 different primary schools, voted in that first year and the most voted for topic was to ‘Improve the environment’. As a final project, our children designed and created a video, which provides 'Top 5 tips on how to be environmentally friendly'. You can view it here https://youtu.be/37LcBGUbGRo.
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, the 2020 campaign was run differently in order to keep in line with Government guidance. You can find out all about it by visiting the page: Doncaster Junior Civic Mayor.
If you are a professional and you think that you can contribute to our project work, please email YourVoice@doncaster.gov.uk or phone Amy Enwright on 01302 737120.
Children and Families Forum Event