Every pupil from Guernsey's La Mare De Carteret School has written a letter to try and convince deputies a redevelopment is needed.
This morning they were handed to the politicians who are deciding whether or not to spend almost £60 million on a rebuild.
In the letters children described the difficult learning conditions, complaining about the ceilings and the smell of damp in the classrooms.
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