Five Tupton Hall School Sixth Form students have been taking part in the Extended Project Qualification (equivalent to an AS level) under the guidance of Media Studies teacher Mr Welch.
Phoebe Oldfield, Ellis Broadhead, Annabel Lowe, Chelsea Galloway and Beth Newton have investigated a diverse range of topics, creating a campaign video focusing on the importance of the creative subjects in secondary education, how writing can be used as a form of therapy to a personal poetic reflection on how a racist term term is viewed in today's society.
Tupton Hall School would particularly like to recognise the work of Annabel Lowe and Ellis Broadhead. Annabel has produced an excellent cyber-bullying awareness video which will be used to raise awareness and Ellis has been teaching KS3 students about comic creation in an after school club since last October.
A large primary school in Birmingham consulted in the making of the video is planning to use the video in their curriculum.
Well done all of you for your brilliant contributions!