Thank you for all the entries this week - another very hard competition to judge!
Stars were awarded to entries that demonstrated what they used to think, now think, and a developed reason why.
Our Primary Winner is modest_donkey of John Ray Junior School who spoke up for their belief in children's ability to change things. It was an impassioned comment and expressed with clarity and authority. Well done!
Our Secondary Winner is gentle_pineapple of Faringdon Community College, who gave a detailed and well-researched entry about the role of an MP - something that only comes up briefly in this Issue and so this entry showed an appetite to learn more. Well done!
This week's competition gives you the chance to reflect on something about politics that you've changed your mind about over the course of the Issue!
It could be about anything to do with the Issue - from politicians and their actions to the way politics works. It could be about justice, democracy, power or responsibility, or another big concept you have come across.
You might have changed your mind after hearing something said in your Club, or something from another student or expert on the Hub, or something you read or watched.
Structure your entry like this:
I used to think...
However, now I think...
I changed my mind because...
Try to write in developed sentences, fully explaining your thinking.
Stars will be awarded when the competition closes at 5.30pm on Thursday 13th February - note a slightly earlier finish than usual!