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Young activists: school stories 2013
At Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE School in Wiltshire, all pupils from reception to Year 6 made puppets or cut-out teachers.
800 pupils from Churchtown Primary School in Southport, Mersyside took part in a range of activities.
Activities in subject lessons
Year 7,8,9 at Clare’s Court Senior Girls School in Maidenhead, made these ‘teachers’ during Geography lessons.
Bradley Stoke Community School in south Gloucestershire ran sessions during Enrichment week.
The school council at Delves Infant and Nursery School in Walsall held an assembly with 180 children as part of the campaign.
Eco groups made ideal teachers and held assemblies at Kyleakin Primary School on the Isle of Skye.
Young ambassadors, Millie and Sam, held a special ‘Education for All Day’ on June 21 2013 at Ringwood School, Hampshire.
Rhodes Avenue Primary School in London invited Lynne Featherstone, MP for Hornsey and Wood Green and DfID Minister, back to school.
MPs go back to school
330 pupils at Danesholme Infant School in Corby got involved in Send My Friend to School activities.
800 students from Wilnecote High School in Tamworth took part in the campaign.
Pupils at Kirkwall Grammar School in Orkney have been raising awareness about the 1.7 million ‘missing’ teachers.
210 students from Brookhouse Primary School in Blackburn invited their MP, Jack Straw to school to hand over messages. He made sure David Cameron received them.
Pupils from Ysgol Pen Y Bryn and Ysgol St Elfod travelled 250 miles from Wales to Westminster where they had a surprise meeting with the Prime Minister.
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Assembly (for ages 7-14). How many children around the world are missing out on school? 24 million 45 million 57 million.
Spread the word. Hold an event Get your MP involved.
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