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Six children from diverse backgrounds get to know each other on a special camping trip, and use the issue of identity to discover what it means to be British.
In the second part of the series, they discover what life is like on a Lake District farm, and explore their preconceptions of each other.
During the series, they continue to work with historian and social cohesion expert Dr Nick Barratt on a range of activities designed to uncover their national identity. But can such exercises on identity help breakdown the prejudices that separate them?
Part of the series: Brit Camp