A group of pupils at St Kentigern’s Academy, a Rights Respecting School in West Lothian, have won a Rotary Young Citizens Award for their inspiring work on promoting children's rights.
We first heard about their work when the pupils made a film about hidden child poverty and entered it in a UNICEF UK competition as part of our Just Living teaching resource about economic well-being.
Not only did they win our competition, they've now won further recognition.
As part of their work on children's rights, the pupils have formed a group called Seen and Heard.
The group will be filmed by the BBC at the school this week and at the award ceremony in Bournemouth in April. You can watch the ceremony on the BBC News Channel from 11.30am and 1pm on 14 April.
Seen and Heard have exciting plans for promoting their film and their message, and we'll be helping them share their film as widely as possible.
Learn more about the Rights Respecting Schools Award