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Three students from Haygrove School have been chosen to be part of the Bridgwater Town Youth Forum which is a forum for young people to tell councillors their views and opinions on a range of local, regional and national concerns and determine projects for future funding.
Year 10 students, from left to right, Imogen Sparks, Amelia Cadmore and Kaylem Higgins were selected for the Youth Forum by teacher and Director of International Studies, Mrs Kirsty Collinge, because of their commitment as school Global Goals Leaders who are tasked with raising awareness amongst students of two key global goals: gender equality and climate action.
“These three young people have been so enthusiastic as leaders and very vocal in their views on these two important global issues that they were the natural choice when I was contacted to nominate Haygrove students to the Youth Forum, “ said Mrs Collinge.
The Bridgwater Town Youth Forum will explore how available funding can be used to ensure the needs and concerns of young people in the town can be met and will also give an opportunity for the young delegates to propose their own unique project that they will deliver together.
Amelia, Kaylem and Imogen said, “We are really looking forward to having this opportunity to talk about our global goals with students from other schools and members of the local council. We want to make sure that our views and opinions are heard and that the right actions are taken to bring about some of the changes we would like to see. It is a priviledge to be representing our fellow Haygrove students in this way.”
Mr Brian Smedley, who is Leader of the Bridgwater Town Council and supporting the Youth Forum said, “The Youth Foum started last year and had an impact on how the Council approached a number of initiatives. This year I am delighted to be able to encourage students from our local schools to get involved again so that we can continue to listen and learn from the enthusiasm and commitment these young people have to the future of our town.”