Year 8 Students Place 2nd at Hate Crime Event

On Thursday, 7 April, four of our Year 8 students presented their hate crime campaign ideas so skillfully and professionally to an intimidating panel of judges consisting of local councilors, community workers and representatives from Hampshire Constabulary as part of an event to eliminate hate crime.  Dylan and Rees Willis, Bradley Wright and Taylan Yildirim made a big impression on the judges with their thoughtful ideas to make a film to promote LGBT rights.  They were up against Year 9 and 10 students from other local schools and although they weren’t outright winners, they were Highly Commended and joint Runners-Up.

Judges commented on the maturity and insight shown in their presentation and their ability to communicate hate crime as having local, national and global impacts. 

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