World children say what matters to them

  • 8 May 2012
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Watch children in Ghana share what matters to them

In a worldwide school event organised by the BBC, children are saying what matters to them.

Hundreds of schools around the world are taking part including the world's biggest school in India - with 42,000 pupils!

Set up by the BBC's World Class website, the event helps different schools to learn about each other.

Watch our video of children in Ghana.

We want to know what you think. Have you felt so strongly about something, you did something about it? What things really matter to you?

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