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Volunteer with NewsWise

Real journalists bring learning to life and help children understand how the news is made.

Journalist volunteers help us show how news is exciting and important, highlight its capacity to hold power to account and inspire the next generation of young news makers!
I was tremendously impressed by the level of enthusiasm shown by the pupils. They had obviously put in a lot of hard work and carefully researched their questions with great maturity and interest. It made participation in the session very rewarding and as with the best experiences, the benefit went both ways.
Philip Barker
NewsWise volunteer
Volunteering opportunities for journalists
Take part in a Q&A with a primary school class.

Share your experience and expertise to help raise the aspirations of pupils from schools in some of the hardest to reach communities across the UK.
Young journalists
Are you a journalism student, involved in your university newspaper, or a recent graduate? Sign up to be a NewsWise Ambassador! Ambassadors work with a NewsWise school for a term, regularly meeting the class to offer expertise and insight into the world of journalism.
Journalists enrich your NewsWise learning journey and make the news exciting for your pupils.
My pupils were absolutely gripped by our journalist who was both kind and engaging. Again, it made the whole thing more 'real' for them!
Year 6 teacher
Rhosddu Primary School
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