The Grade 7 Language and Literature class have been thinking about how to change the world! Having read the dystopian novel 'The Giver', their task was to speak to the rest of the class, sharing their ideas about how we could improve aspects of our society. Many students chose to tackle the big issues such as climate change and poverty, supporting their ideas with evidence and with strategies for change. Some also thought about how to make the world a better place via the use of chocolate and nachos, which was equally inspiring. 


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