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Results & Impact

Each week hundreds of thousands of young people vote on our latest lesson. Here's what they say, and how their voices are changing the world.

Last Week's Results


Would more play reduce stress?

22nd March - 05th April 2024

For Stress Awareness Month, voters considered the role of play in combating stress, and how they might be able to incorporate more of this in their day-to-day lives.

Secondary, 16+ & College voters were asked: “Would more play reduce stress?”, Primary 7-11 voters discussed: “Would playing outside more improve your mental health?” and Primary 5-7 voters considered: “Does playing outdoors make you happier?”

This week we received

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voters aged 5-11



voters aged 11-16+

What happens to our results?

Our work doesn't stop there. We're committed to amplifying the voices of young people to a range of businesses, organisations and politicians to ensure that young people are part of the change they want to see.

You can see how our voting is impacting the world on our impact page:

Our Impact

Past results

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Would you know how to support a friend who came out as trans or non-binary?

15th-22nd March 2024

In light of the consultation on the DfE’s gender questioning children guidance and the current discussions of trans and non-binary young people in the media, voters explored the concept of allyship. They assessed the qualities needed to be an effective ally, and when & where to utilise these.

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Is AI-generated content too believable?

08th - 15th March 2024

Last week, voters were exploring the world of AI-generated images, audio, and video in celebration of British Science Week. They considered the increased sophistication of content created using artificial intelligence and how this is influencing everything from popular culture to politics.

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Should the gender of your role models matter?

01st - 08th March 2024

In celebration of International Women’s Day on 8th March, voters discussed role models. Across all the lessons, they had the opportunity to discuss the people they look up to, and reflect on whether gender should be a contributing factor when it comes to who influences them.

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