Sir Ken Robinson, Emma Watson and Aardman Animations invite children to get involved in the Global Goals for Sustainable Development by inventing, innovating and campaigning.
Emma Watson is the most popular person among British teenagers according to an exclusive Radio Times / YouGov study.
Watson came top in the research conducted among 13-18 year-olds to find the most influential figures for young people, and the relative popularity of traditional and online stars. The actress, model and activist came ahead of outgoing US president Barack Obama and Doctor Who star David Tennant, with scientist Professor Brian Cox and Olympic 100m champion Usain Bolt rounding off the top five.
The research, conducted by YouGov on behalf of Radio Times, asked 1,200 teenagers to rate well-known public figures on six different attributes, from trust to style, respect to relatability. Both traditional media figures and online personalities were included in the list, with a quarter of the final Top 20 favourites best known for their 'vlogging' on YouTube.
The Full List:
1) Emma Watson
2) Barack Obama
3) David Tennant
4) Brian Cox
5) Usain Bolt
6) JK Rowling
7) Daniel Radcliffe
9) Kit Harington
10) Jennifer Lawrence
Source: Radio Times
Emma Watson briefs students to take part in a Project for the World's Largest Lesson.
This year Global Goals invite you to focus on Goal 5: Gender Equality with a lesson and a cross curricular project that enables students to contribute to the Global Goals right now.
Take part in the World's Largest Lesson during the week of 18th September 2016. You can find everything you need to introduce the Global Goals to young people.
Beauty and the Beast teaser trailer debuted on Disney Channel with a short message from Emma during premiere of the animated series Elena of Avalor.