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Burntwood School student Emily Howe, aged 15, reports from the Malala Day events in London.
Friday 12th of July was a historic day. It was the day when youth from around the world took over...
Sam Whittingham and Millie Wells, GCE Young Ambassadors, report from Malala Day in New York.
The big day was here, Malala Day! We found our space in the queue and waited in anticipation for...
Sam Whittingham and Millie Wells, GCE Young Ambassadors, report from the UN youth take-over in New York.
On our first full day in 'The Big Apple' we met with the Deputy UK Ambassador...
Sam Whittingham and Millie Wells, GCE Young Ambassadors, report from the youth take-over in New York.
We've arrived in New York after a long journey from London! As soon as we got out...
Burntwood School student Emily Howe, aged 15, reports from the Parliamentary Reception for the 2013 Send My Friend To School Campaign, which was organised by the All Party Parliamentary Group on...
Toby Holder, Edgar Roberts and Eve Raphael were three of 15 students from Years 10 to 12 who became citizen journalists during a Globe Day at Bootham School.
The students learnt...
Millie and Sam, GCE Young Ambassadors for 2013, tell us about the Education For All day they put on at their school.
Our Campaign to Find 1.7 Million Missing Teachers!
Image: Winners from Caroline Chisholm School with Justine Greening. John McLaverty/Oxfam.
Millie Wells and Sam Whittingham from Ringwood School Hampshire are the 2013 Young Ambassadors for Education. Sam and Millie won a national competition, The Steve Sinnott Award, to find two...
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