Child 1: I'm trying to find one that she'll find hard.
[Text on screen]: Some questions are tough to answer.
Child 2: I don't know.
[Text on screen]: Others, not so much.
Child 3:I want to be an artist.
Child 4: A teacher.
Child 5: [Raises hand] Oh, oh! ...footballer.
[Text on screen]: Is the right to education important?
Child 6: If you don't learn at school, and when you're a grown-up, you won't know anything.
Child 7: We're like doing education right now.
[Text on screen]: What is freedom of expression?
Child 8: You should be listened to what somebody has said...says.
Child 9: Being able to get your point across then.
Child 10: We have to listen to them and they have to listen to us.
[Text on screen]: What is discrimination?
Child 11: Certain people are treated differently, just because their beliefs.
Child 1: That is absolutely not kind.
Child 12: [Turns to friend] You can't wear blue, because you're a girl.
[Text on screen]: Should everyone have the right to vote?
Child 13: Yes, we should. Because in the olden days, only men could vote and everyone thought that was quite unfair.
Child 14: We vote for the school Prime Minister who makes all the things happen around in the school.
[Text on screen]: What are human rights?
Child 6: A right that all humans should have.
Child 15: This is, like, what the whole thing's about.
Child 16: You don't just want them, you need them.
Child 17: It's mostly about being fair.
Who is responsible for looking after our rights?
Child 1: The head teacher.
Child 8: Mrs. Lee.
Child 6: Everybody.
Child 12: Basically all of us. Children and adults, so we can know about them, and that can help us and we can ask for help if we need it.
Child 18: Our teachers, us, our friends.
Child 19: If it wasn't for rights, people would be getting bullied all over the world.