Schools Question Time challenge

30 December 2008

Earlier this year schools were invited to apply for Schools Question Time. The challenge gives students aged 14 to 18 the chance to run a Question Time-style event in their own school.

Ten regional winners receive a full day workshop on political literacy and communication skills from Parliament's Education Service and an award to the value of £250 from the Institute for Citizenship to run a Schools Question Time event.

Four winning schools are asked to nominate two pupils each to assist the BBC’s production team in making a special youth edition of the programme to go out on BBC One on 9 July 2009.

Thanks for your interest in the Schools Question Time challenge 2009. Please note the application deadline has now passed.

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