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Who We Are?
The Student View is a team of passionate professionals who believe all young people should have the skills to determine truthful, reliable and trustworthy information online.Learn More About Us
Why We Exist
We want every child to have a high-quality media literacy education.
Only 36% of Brits trust the news Only 1/3 of the British people say they trust the news, others claim having doubts about the media.REUTERS INSTITUTE’S REPORT 2021
Children exposed to misleading content About 51% of the UK's children have been exposed to more misleading online content often leaving children feeling annoyed, upset, sad, angry, attacked or scaredUK SAFER INTERNET CENTRE REPORT
24% of UK users doubt information online Reports say that 24% of UK users don't consider trustworthiness of online information at allSUTTON TRUST REPORT
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“Winning this prestigious prize is a huge endorsement of our hard work.”
The Student View was awarded the Global Youth & News Media Prize
Since September 2016
We've made impressive progress since we started by giving voice young people from underserved communities a chance to share their world through words.
140 Newsrooms have been launched
2 267 Young people have completed our programme about media literacy
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Local News Partnerships
The brilliant ideas of our teenage reporters have been published by our partners at local news organisations across the country. These investigations are shaping the public conversation on issues that matter to them most.
999 Suicide-Related Calls In Leeds Up 222% In 5 Years
Emergency services in Leeds received nearly 13,000 calls referencing suicide since 2014.
Lambeth Child Mental Health Wait Times: Three Months To See NHS Specialist
Children in Lambeth waited roughly over twelve weeks to see a mental health specialist through the NHS last year, down from nearly six months in 2018.
99 Homeless Families Given One-way Tickets Out Of Barking And Dagenham
Barking and Dagenham Council has spent £7455.20 on train ticket for homeless families.
58% of Rough Sleepers In Brent Came From Private Accommodation
The latest figures reveal that 58.2 per cent of people were paying rent to private landlords before they were first seen sleeping rough in Brent.
Croydon Children Aged 10-15 Caught Carrying Knives 178 Times
Children in Croydon were caught carrying knives 178 times from 2015 to 2019, with another 118 instances of them using them to commit crimes.
The Extent Of Brent’s Housing Crisis: 14 Year Wait For A Council Home
Brent faces a housing crisis with private rents on the rise and families waiting an average of 14 years for a council home.
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