• The Claudes SEN Law
    As a Youth Delegate and 22 year old student who believes in a decent standard of education to be delivered in result of my own challenges of still being denied of an education from 2017 till now which is 4 years of lost provision which was unelected.  Which I am legally lawful entitled to Education. Like millions of SEN families and younge adults. Which have to face these fights each day. That's why I came up with the idea of (The Claudes SEN Law)  Which will be acknowledged in the UK ~ The United Kingdom and around the world #spreadtheword  My Goal is 10,000 signatures.. the deadline to support is June 10th 2021. (Please all support @a_claude_2020 and The Claudes SEN Law!!)
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    Created by Aquayemi-Claude Garnett Akinsanya
  • Make sex education a compulsory GCSE subject in schools in the UK
    Sex Education has always been treated as an unnecessary subject and is sometimes not even taught by professionals. We believe sex education is an important subject as it is the only subject that everyone will use in their life and we believe the best way to do this is to make it a compulsory GCSE subject.
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  • KUWTK on netflix
    It’s important for generation to be educated on the Kardashian’s life and family. We are the future of the world and must be educated.
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  • Keep all students back a year
    This is extremely important as students are receiving grades based off not a full years worth of work. It is also crucial as this year has been damaging in mental health to the extent where students need a break until Covid is in a better place. This will also help keep down rising infections.
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  • Reduce international student's university fees in UK
    During this pandemic, international students are paying hefty university fees for their courses. They are unable to find any part time jobs to support their living and further education in the UK. Landlords and university accommodation are charging them full rent without considering the difficulties which the students are facing due to frequent lock downs and joblessness.
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  • #FREESCHOOLMEALS
    Already, celebrities, businesses, politicians and the British public have come together to send a clear message - our children deserve better. Now we need a huge petition to add to this pressure, signed by thousands of people like you and me, that would send a clear message to the government: free school meal vouchers cannot be replaced with food parcels.
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  • Home education means doing it my way.
    For the mental health of parents and young students everywhere the wellbeing of those being sent to school unnecessarily because parents can not maintain the 3 hours a day plus uploading to platforms. especially when they have more than one child. Children in Europe do not a have the same pressures at this age. Most do not attend school until age 7. There is no difference in their future wellbeing or education at a level and gcse ages. Parents are being told to send their children to school if they cannot meet the 3 hours a day target. This goes directly against the advice of the national lockdown and attempts to reduce the impact of covid 19.
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  • University students paying private rent & utilities to a property that is empty.
    These young adults are paying dead rent plus utilities costs electricity etc. For being home due to a National lockdown. They are going to have to eventually pay back the said fees for university yet they are paying for a service they will not be getting. So that includes rent for property’s that are empty. Yet still having to be payed.
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  • Provide Free Data and Unlimited Broadband for Students
    Students are currently being hit by the triple whammy of still needing to pay rent and fees, not being able to work part time and having reduced access to hardship funds due to increased demand. As a result of this lots of students simply cannot afford the data and broadband which is now required in order to keep up with their studies. These factors further exacerbate the pre-existing attainment gap between disadvantaged and their advantaged counterparts in Higher and Further Education. According to research by the Office for Students, across the UK in the first term 18% of students had their ability to study affected by a lack of access to the internet, a figure which is higher for students with disabilities, students who are the first in their family to attend university, student parents and students of colour. It is therefore critical that free data and unlimited broadband is made available to students so that students don't suffer from 'digital poverty'. It is time to provide Free Data and Unlimited Broadband to Students.
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  • Reimburse 2020-2021 student fees
    All people have been impacted by the coronavirus. However, students have invested in their education and have not received adequate teaching or an adequate education in general. Students seem to be the forgotten generation. It is time for the government to step up and resolve this.
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  • CANCEL/REFUND UNIVERSITY TUITION FEES FOR 2020/2021
    UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WERE FACING CRIPPLING TUITION DEBTS BEFORE THE PANDEMIC ARRIVED - NOW WE ARE BEING EDUCATED ONLINE VIA VIDEO AND AUDIO CALLS WITHOUT THE PROPER UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE. STUDENTS ARE FACING LACK OF MOTIVATION AND SUPPORT DUE TO NOT BEING TAUGHT FACE TO FACE. WE HAVE BEEN EXPECTED TO CONTINUE AS NORMAL BUT ONLINE TEACHING A DEGREE IS NOT NORMAL. THE TUITION FEE SHOULD BE CANCELLED.
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  • Make students accommodations cancel rent payments for students
    This is important because students are expected to still pay rent in the thousands for accommodation we are not even allowed to live in, until potentially mid February at the earliest. We are still expected to pay maintenance loans back in the future with interest. We are paying for something we can even use, with interest!!!
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