A nine year old girl from South Wales has received a national award for her courage and kindness.
Mia Thorne has cerebral palsy and wants to make sure children get as much help as possible. As well as fundraising, she's an ambassador for the disabled children's charity Caudwell Children.
Our Education Reporter Megan Boot, went to Mia's school in Pontypridd to find out more about her:
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