Meet the winners of the 2010 Schools Question Time competition. There are two students each from the four winning schools.
The students came together on May 13 for a workshop which gave them a chance to get to know each other. They will shadow a variety of different production roles on the programme in July.
The four schools recently staged a Question Time event and were judged, along with 11 others across the UK, in various categories including citizenship skills, creativity and project management.
During the workshop the students took part in a brainstorming session on how new media and social networking could enhance the Question Time experience for young people
Then it was off to the studios to meet David Dimbleby and look behind the scenes ahead of that evening's recording of the programme.
There was a chance to see what if felt like to be in the Question Time audience. They stayed to watch the recording and discussed what roles they would like to shadow on July 8th
There was even a chance for some to sit in the chairs normally occupied by the panellists. This is the eighth year for the competition which began in 2003
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