WATCH OUT Piers Morgan, Emily Maitliss and Robert Peston. These young reporters from Sale are after your jobs.

Primary school pupils have sent videos to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson, asking why they have not been involved in conversations about the future and listen to their questions about schools, the economy and health.

Leading the campaign are three kids mini reporters from Sale – Aisya Nazrim, Jack Day Sam Mounfield – who have made videos to send to Boris Johnson.

They have enlisted their school - Woodheys Primary - to join in with their new campaign – Raise Your Hands – and have the backing of their headteacher and classmates who have all written questions for the Prime Minister that will be shared on social media – tagging in the Conservative leader.

Mayor of Manchester Andy Burnham is supporting the campaign and took questions from the budding journalists in a live Q&A session, to discuss some of the most pressing concerns they have around their futures.

Now the mini-reporters are calling on other kids across the country to join them in getting a voice for young people and they want to see other leaders help them too.

Sam, aged 11, said: “Do my opinions not count? Kids should be a part of conversations about our future.

“We made videos to send to the Prime Minister and got our friends to ask questions because we want to be heard and we are calling on all kids across the country to do the same.

“We have the support of the Mayor of Manchester to answer our questions, will the Mayor of London help us too? We want to get answers from the Government to our questions, we should always be a part of big conversations – we are small – but what we think matters.”

The campaign was started to encourage youngsters to make their voices heard. The mini-reporters worked with the support of Media Cubs, an afterschool club, that transforms the classroom into a newsroom.