CBBC Newsround got in touch with the main political parties to ask them their views on some of the General Election big issues. Here's what Sinn Fein had to say:
Against the 11+, believing it's wrong to make a decision that brands a child a failure at 11.
Confront bullying in schools and on the school journey, possibly by involving volunteers or to patrol the area and school buses, or a person in school that young people can go to.
Ensure obesity is tackled through healthy eating and increased participation in sports.
More fruit and healthy options on the school menu and more resources for sports facilities.
Support expansion of school breakfast programme and after-school and homework clubs.
Expand community-based youth work to bring children and young people off the streets.
Youth programmes on drug awareness and on the impact of car crime and street violence based not just in schools or in youth centres but on the streets.
Support community watch schemes to ensure that problems on the street are dealt with effectively and fairly.
Increase investment on working with young people to find out what they want and need.
Support greater links between sports centres and other community centres and schools, including reduced rates for young people.
Involve young people in the design and building and running of local facilities.
Guide to Election 2005 - Where the parties stand