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BSix students heard world-wide!

Parkland anniversary:

Students around the world on US school shootings and their own fears

 

This week marks one year since the Parkland school shooting in Florida, where 17 people were killed.

School shootings are feared by a majority of American teenagers, a study from Pew Research Center suggests.

The BBC interviewed students world-wide, in Australia, India, Lebanon and the UK, to find out what their opinions were on gun violence in US classrooms and their personal greatest fears.

BBC Interviewer, Helene Daouphars, visited BSix College and spoke to English and Drama teacher, Zelda McKay’s tutor group. So, speaking on the world stage (!) are: Vinicius Donadio Bombazar, Pauline Etanda Djunga, Nuha Naarani, Erin O’Shaughnessy and Isabella Rodriguez.

 

View the video here: BSix students speak to the BBC

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