Over the past two months, three students from Whalley Range 11-18 High School have been working with a campaigns team from Oxfam to put together a campaign to take to the Mayoral candidates for Manchester.
On 1st May 2017, the students took to the stage at The Lowry theatre in front of a packed crowd of 1000 people, sharing their thoughts regarding the changes being made to the education system.
The girls spoke very eloquently about their concerns, putting their point across in a very succinct way. The pupils even had the chance to speak to Andy Burnham in person, asking him for a meeting about their concerns should he become the next Mayor of Manchester.
Mr Webster, who attended the event, said:
We would like to congratulate the students on their excellent work and thank Oxfam for their commitment to the project.