Would you aspire to become a political leader? Or to be a delegate of the United Kingdom, or any nation come to that. Well, numerous kids were taken out of classrooms and this is what they had to say about it, as they assembled in a library with such frankness, though their purity gave loads of insight.
They were questioned what they would do if they were Prime Minister…
One girl stated she would probably help more with the environment, pollution and assist the homeless. Another said he would probably end people fighting, like conflicts and get families together.
Another boy stated he needed to get the best out of Britain because he announced we are a great nation and that we justify having great laws. Another boy said he would improve the environment and make dwellings more affordable for poor people.
A young girl stated she would desire to make the world kinder so there’s like no fighting and that we are all one huge happy family. They further stated that they would make certain that everyone had their rights in the country.
One young boy announced he would seek to sort out the economic pressure and eliminate any difficulties that are around the community, like all the homelessness, which is a severe dilemma.
The children were highly interested and were really excited, they appeared to like being able to do something innovative and they further liked the new experience, however, they were just drawn in by some of the concerns at the moment and they liked to understand how it influences them and their parents and families in their geographical area, that was of vast importance to them.
But out the mouth of babes comes honesty, not the distortions that we get from our government, and we all know that children, in particular, are great at make-believe, but it appears even less so than the lying that the government are apparently doing now.
Even though children aren’t able to vote, the decisions made at the election will have a significant bearing on the lives of all kids across the country.
Private academies get much better results than state institutions, therefore wouldn’t it be appropriate for the various types of academies to interchange educators every now and then, so that all pupils have the same opportunities to achieve.
There could be a web page set up where kids can have their say in the country. The government should listen to the children since they have some good ideas.
If cuts have to be made, they shouldn’t be in education. Young people in this country are the future and the government must keep up a world-class education. If we are to compete, especially in science and technology, we must fund in these fields correctly.
The government are not directly involved with young people and Theresa May should take the opportunity to see young people doing positive things, rather than simply hearing negative stuff about them from the media. Young people would like their viewpoints to be heard more and further would like more help for the hard working single mothers out there.
The financial recovery should be the government’s priority, however, they should further spare consideration for the education system since cuts in education will never permit society to progress. Smaller classroom sizes, equalisation of opportunity and a curriculum shouldn’t extinguish a student’s creativity.
We want our children to grow up in a society where the balance of their parents bank account does not determine their experience at school and electoral competitors touring schools throughout election season is not sufficient to prove that they care, these children demand to know that they’re prepared to listen and do something about what they have learned.
There should be more funding for youth clubs which need to be more locally accessible. Youth clubs keep young people off the streets and out of trouble. Youth clubs are great because they can promote skills there that they can practice later in life.
As humans, we work better collectively, and if schools worked collaboratively, rather than in opposition to each other, they function better. It is about the quality of teaching rather than statistics.
British armed forces should be yanked out of Afghanistan, and the UK government should support the Afghan people politically. Using the military only makes the situation worse.
Education requires more student management. We further require women’s education to encourage young women to cultivate their ambitions and to be furnished for the trials of difference that lie ahead. You only have to look at how many women MPs there are to understand that the path into the future will not be simple.
We should have more police to patrol a wider array of areas and more community centres with more facilities so that there is more for youngsters to do, perhaps then there would be fewer crimes and kids should have more liberty to say how they feel.
Teaching and teachers should be fun, in our school’s children are taught how to learn, not what to learn.
There are not enough playgrounds or areas to play sport, and it’s frustrating for children and teenagers to find areas to hang out. This drives teenagers to do bad things, and the government should pay more consideration to children and teenagers and spend money on them because they are the future.
It’s refreshing to know that there are a number of people out there that have the same anxieties about this country, and politicians should address children and teenagers with more interest, and it’s excellent to see a group of young people making, for the most part, more insight on education than any of the three principal parties.
It’s especially delightful to see young people being involved and interested in their future and the community around them. Children are, believe it or not, quite able to talk about a designated issue when asked. This notion that numerous people appear to have of young people being incapable of concentrating on anything past youth culture is, quite frankly, untrue.
There is commitment and dedication from educators, possibly not at all schools, but there is from many, and these comments came from the children and young people themselves. Children and young people take an interest in their community, country and their own futures if they are given the abilities, means and further the possibilities at home and further at school to do so.
When children have situations taught to them, why can’t they come to a perfectly rational and reasonable determination about change? They need to grow, be involved and practice skills they require to put into actuality once they are old enough to vote, campaign and take charge for their futures.
Numerous schools do this and do it competently, regardless of national newspapers, general elections and go-getter media moments.