Lord Woolley: ‘Young children should aspire to do great things’

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Lord Woolley: ‘Young children should aspire to do great things'” – below is their description.

Baron Woolley of Woodford was not born into privilege, but into a council estate.

Now he’s the first Black Master of Cambridge University’s Homerton College and wants to use his role to encourage more Black and working class children to go to university.

He spoke to Sky’s Kay Burley.

#equality #university #education

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