Make a Difference Challenge Case Studies
These inspiring case studies are from primary school children, across the country, doing amazing things to make a positive difference to a wide range of social and environmental problems. In all examples, the issues were chosen by the children through a series of class votes and were problems affecting their local community, or those of wider national or global concern.
Year 6 children from Boxgrove Primary School, Guildford, tell us about how they tackled the issue of homelessness in...
Helping Refugee Families
The pupils in Year 4 at Joy Lane School, Whitstable tell us how they showed their support for the...
Access to Clean Water
Sunnybrow Primary School in County Durham explain why they chose to make a difference to people struggling to access clean water.
Guardian Angels RC Primary School in Birmingham explain why they decided to make a difference to the declining bee population.
Children at Kennet Valley Primary School in West Berkshire explain how they made a difference to endangered hedgehogs.
Year 6 at Churchhill Primary School in Kent explain how they made a difference to homeless people.
Improving Adult Literacy
Year 5 children at North Park Primary School in County Durham made a difference to adult literacy in their local community.
Year 6 children at South Hetton Primary School explain how they made a difference to the issue of period poverty.
Reducing Beach Litter
Pupils at Hope Wood Academy, a special needs school in County Durham, explain why the issue of beach litter is important to them and how they made a difference to…
Reducing Car Crime
Bramley St Peters C of E Primary School in Leeds explains why they chose to make a difference to the issue of car crime.
Reducing Drink Driving
Shotley Bridge Primary in County Durham explain how they raised awareness of drink driving in their local community.
Valley View Primary School in Leeds explain why they want to make a difference to the number of children dying from meningitis.
Supporting Hill Farmers
Children at Ingleton Primary School in County Durham explain how they made a difference to hill farmers by fundraising and buying British products.
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