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Throughout the day on 8 May the BBC World Service will feature schools on air:

  • Give your school a voice online and
  • Maybe your school's comments and questions will be used on air
  • Find out more about how to listen to other schools taking part in this unique event below
  • Join in this 24 hour global conversation with schools everywhere

1030-1200 GMT [1130-1300 BST] World Schools Have Your Say

Pupils from Waldensia in Jamaica
  • Entel Foreign Language School, Hangzhou in China
  • Dagon 1 Basic Education High School, Yangon in Burma
  • Montessori City School, Lucknow - the world's biggest school - in India

1700-1900 GMT [1800-2000 BST] World Schools Have Your Say

  • Langdon Park School, London, UK and their partner school...
  • William Knibb Memorial High School, Falmouth in Jamaica, formerly attended by Usain Bolt
  • Multikids Academy, Accra, one of sub-Saharan Africa's first inclusive schools

Phone-in to World Schools Have Your Say

  • If your pupils are listening to the debate on the radio, and want to comment, they can call in to the team to comment on air
  • Call +44 20 70 83 72 72 and ask the team to call you back

Hot topics online - send in pupils' questions to worldclass@bbc.co.uk

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  • World on the move: refugees and migrants
  • Special needs: disability in the classroom

Round-ups from the World Service Newsroom

Look out for Round-ups of your news updated through out the day on the World Class website.

If you have a great news story you would like to share email worldclass@bbc.co.uk

World Schools Have Your Say is also taking place on World Service output in Arabic, Somali, Urdu, Hindi, Mandarin and Burmese

On the day production plans may change. We will do best to keep you updated

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