Young people form various schools and projects across the city ‘pitched their ideas.
The successful ‘Pitches’ were from:
Raw Talent Youth Theatre
Who are going to produce a number webisodes to inform and consult young people on youth related violent crime .
Each Webisode will be uploaded onto the internet and will have a different story to tell that relates to anti-social behaviour.
Webisodes Now Launched CLICK HERE !!
Parkfield Community School
Produced a school comic focusing on anti-social behaviour, gangs, graffiti, safety on public transport, transition to secondary school and internet safety. They will produce comics and circulate them to other schools
St Paul’s Girls School
Designed a safety charm alarm that can be accessorised. They have had negotitations with a manufacturer to produce the charm. Once made all the girls at the school will be given a charm alarm for their safety.
Nelson Mandela Primary School
Produced a safety pack for pupils and families containing information about on ‘youth violence’, bullying and safer travel . The packs have been produced and will be printed and issused to all pupils and families at the school.
Adderley Primary School did not receive funding , but were awarded a Innovation Award for presenting their ideas about Goggle Vision Glasses, a CCTV bin and a Multi-functional tool belt.