The voting is now closed

The voting for the four lucky winners of our national school competition has now closed.

Will your school win one of the prizes? You don’t have long to wait now because we will announce the winners before the end of the week!

Thank you to each one of you who helped with the entries, and to all the family and friends who voted in support. We think it’s safe to say that if all the incredible young people who entered the competition have anything to do with it, our journey to Net Zero and beyond is in very safe hands.

Keep an eye on our social media for the winners, we’ll also contact all the winning schools directly.

Thank you from all at Scotland’s Railway.

Our Judges

  • Ellen Burnett

    Lasswade High School, Midlothian

    Hi, my name is Ellen. I am 16 and I am a member of Edinburgh 6VT youth cafe. I am an active member of 6VT CRP and youth board. Outside of 6VT I also gig at a variety of places such as fife pride and the amethyst in Glasgow.

  • David Paterson

    Edinburgh college

    Chair of 6vt Youth Community rail partnership and a regular user of the Edinburgh-Helensburgh line. I love to get involved and give my opinions on ways to evolve railway networks.

  • Suzie Mccheyne

    Charity consultant - Tocsa Solutions

    I have always been a community activist as long as I can remember. Currently One of my contracts is as a Development support/ trustee rail74 Crp SCIO and sustainable travel is very close to my heart.

    I am also an active member of the ScotRail stakeholder panel ensuring our communities and individuals views are reflected to make train transport user friendly and relevant to needs. I do love a discussion and partnership collaboration especially where you people are inspired to take on societal issues.

  • Emma Dunne

    Senior Asset Engineer Track

    I am an active STEM ambassador both for network rail and as an individual.I am a member of the Permanent Way Institute and the Institute of Engineering and Technology.

    In my Job I cover the everything North of Perth and Inverness. My role is extremely varied which I love but in short it is ensuring compliance to Company Standards, helping to trial and role out new innovations and Technologies and aiding the Maintenance Engineers when required.

  • John Wilson

    Community Liaison Executive

    I have worked for ScotRail for 35 years, I have covered many different roles, my current role as Community Liaison Executive has me looking after Scotland’s Community Rail Partnerships across the country which includes the UK’s first and still only Youth Community Rail Partnership, 6VT Youth CRP.

Primary School Finalists

Please review the entries below and then select your favourite.

  • Dunbar Primary

    Dunbar Primary

    Dunbar, East Lothian

  • Lady Alice Primary

    Lady Alice Primary

    Greenock, Invernclyde

  • Carolside Primary

    Carolside Primary

    Clarkson, East Renfrewshire

  • St Eunans Primary

    St Eunans Primary

    Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire

  • Stockbridge Primary

    Stockbridge Primary

    Stockbridge, Edinburgh

Secondary school finalists

Please review the entries below and then select your favourite.

  • Beath High School

    Beath High School

    Cowdenbeath, Fife

  • Dyce Academy

    Dyce Academy

    Dyce, Aberdeen

  • Gryffe High School

    Gryffe High School

    Houston, Renfrewshire

  • Shawlands Academy

    Shawlands Academy

    Shawlands, Glasgow

  • Wick High School

    Wick High School

    Wick, Caithness