The world's biggest...

30th January 2004 at 00:00
With international projects such as "My Culture", "My Country" (funded by the DfES) and "Road Map To Peace", the SchoolNet Global is high on the list of web-stops for citizenship. But that is just a slice of what this website, which is thought to be the world's biggest children's contributory website, can offer (it has already involved more than half a million children in 31 countries telling about their lives, families and communities). You can find out for yourself by delving in the SchoolNet Global Gallery, a database of children's work with more than 54,000 pages.

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