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Students to help produce schools media campaign


STUDENTS at Warrington’s Sir Thomas Boteler CE High School are helping to produce a schools media campaign.
They are working with Collaborate Digital – who specialise is delivering social messages to school children using creative writing and media production – and Cheshire Police and the charity Cheshire Crimebeat.
Boteler students were asked to join the campaign after winning a competition last year.
This year they have been asked to film a promotional video publicising the competition to other schools.
Students involved are Eva Connolly, Leah Fisher, Ruby Boswell and Emily Higham.
A spokesperson for the school said: “The students thoroughly enjoyed entering the competition last year and the opportunities that arose from the competition which included recording their own advert, visiting a local radio station and going on a trip to London to enter the national competition. “They were thrilled to be involved in promoting the competition and encouraging other students to aspire to achieve the success they achieved last year.”


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