Whether you're a student, teacher, year group or school community - your voices all matter, colectively and as individuals. With the United Nations' Global Goals for Sustainable Development launching last week it is officially your time to get involved.
There are 17 Global Goals and 7 billion people worldwide, and these goals are for everyone everywhere.
So take a look, read through the list and pick one. Explore in, research it and find out how you can get people talking about it. Whether it's in the classroom, the playground or over that five minute cup of tea in the staffroom - spread the word.
There's a whole list in front of you now, pick one, or two or three or four and take your first step into making these goals a reality for our world.
1: No Poverty
2: Zero Hunger
3: Good Health and Well-being
4: Quality Education
5: Gender Equality
6: Clean Water and Sanitation
7: Affordable and Clean Energy
8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
10: Reduced Inequalities
11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
12: Responsible Consumption and Production
13: Climate Action
14: Life Below Water
15: Life on Land
16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions
17: Partnerships for the Goals
Pick one of the #GlobalGoals that mean the most to you and those around you. Whether it becomes part of the long term curriculum, a project based piece of work or a 50 minute lesson - explore the goal/s that resonate most with you and your school, film it, and it will be put together with all of the other collective voices to create a film and show it to the world. Your voice matters!