These six young people are ambitious and determined.
They are an aspiring teacher, a future social worker, a would-be accountant, a budding cardiologist, a wannabe pilot and a veterinary surgeon of tomorrow.
But they fear their dreams, and those of young people like them, may be thwarted by further education funding pressures.
They are all students at New City College in east London, which is closing the doors to its six campuses on Wednesday so staff can join a march against the cuts.
The aspirations of these students are as high as the office blocks of the international banks that provide the backdrop to the Poplar campus where they are based. Read More.