Aware that drugs destroy lives, Jordan and his team warn against substance misuse.
Stephen Bettaney urges employers not to overlook job applicants with dyslexia.
Amethyst and her team want others to better understand young people’s mental health.
Delyth and her team encourage students who feel worried at school to ask for help.
A street dance troupe from Pontypool highlight the benefits of the activity.
A Peterborough Fixer shows young people with mental health conditions that recovery is possible.
Helena and her team want more support for people in the UK whose first language isn’t English.
Kerisha and her team hope to inspire young people to care about the environment.
Craig received support from a mentor and wants others to get similar guidance.
'Jessica' wants sportsmen and women to show respect both on and off the field.
My team and I are warning young people that drug abuse can destroy lives.
We want employers to recognise the potential of job applicants with dyslexia.
We want mental health conditions in young people to be taken seriously.
My team and I want to challenge negative perceptions of street dance.
We want pupils who feel worried at school to know they can talk to someone.
We want more support for people who don’t speak English as their first language.
I want to encourage other young people to seek guidance from a mentor.
We want young people who self-harm to seek help.
I want sportsmen and women to respect each other both on and off the field.
My team and I want to educate others about the risks of unsafe sex.
I want people to celebrate their differences and treat others with respect.
My team and I want to inspire others to take an interest in environmental issues.
My team and I want others our age to take more of an interest in politics.
My team and I want to help young people live independently and manage their money.
I want the younger generation to take an interest in farming.
I want people with special educational needs to know they can achieve great things.
My team and I want better support for young people leaving care.
I want to make sure that hate crime doesn't go unchallenged.
I want people who have severe allergic reactions to know they’re not alone.
We want to show young people that dance can change their lives for the better.
I want to show young mums that they can be ambitious and still be a good parent.
I want to show the negative impact that Himalayan Balsam has on our environment.
I want to show others how to support a friend whose family is affected by cancer.
I want young people affected by self-harm to feel able to ask for help.
My team and I want people to take teenage depression seriously.
We want to raise awareness of child labour to help put a stop to it.
I want to raise awareness of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
My team and I want to show teachers how they can support young carers.
We want to help teachers understand the challenges faced by young carers.
My team and I want to help others understand how we effectively manage diabetes.
Consider integrated education.
Have your say on zero hour contracts.
Seek help for self-harm.
Don't stay silent. Talk about mental health.
Mental health conditions are not fashion accessories.
Take care what you share.
Raising awareness of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
Life with type 1 diabetes.
Help put a stop to child labour.
Support young carers in the classroom.
Take teen depression seriously.
Understanding the risks of unsafe sex.
Are you doing your bit to protect the planet?
Support for young people in the UK who don’t speak English as their first language.
Recovery is a journey.
The benefits of street dance.
Understanding mental health.
Help for pupils feeling stressed at school.
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