STUDENTS at a Headington school shared their vision for Oxford's future.

Cheney School was visited by Oxfordshire County Council staff, as part of the authority's Oxford 2050 consultation.

The scheme seeks public opinion about how the city should be in a few decades.

A Year 12 class was asked to write down what mattered to them about Oxford, and what they would like to change.

Several noted environmental concerns, as well as a need for better transport.

Students were then interviewed on camera, and their thoughts will be considered as part of the Oxford 2050 consultation.