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  Teaching Children Leadership Skills Monday 15 September 2003  
When should children start developing leadership skills? Does being a "sixer" in the Brownies give a child a headstart in life?

Are children too cosseted and failing to learn responsibility to themselves and others?
Heather Quesney from the The National Colleage for School Leadership and Susie O'Hagan, course leader at the Prince's Trust join Jenni to discuss.

The National Colleage for School Leadership
The Brownies
The Princes Trust

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