The Rafiki Network teams up with London schools to create two short films

Published On 5 April, 2012 | By Dennis | Students/Education
The Rafiki Network works with two South London secondary schools, to make two short films.

The Rafiki Network

The RafStudents from two South London schools, Lilian Baylis Technology School and Harris Academy Peckham have written, produced and co-directed two short films:

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Since novenber 2011, as part of the Staying Safe Project funded by Peabody and the Big Lottery Fund, students from Lilian Baylis Technology School and Harris Academy Peckham have been working with the Rafiki Network on their own campaigns as part of the Staying Safe Project.

These campaigns, brought to you in the form of two short films focus on the educating young people in Southwark and Lambeth about the consequences of peer pressure, preventing cyberbullying, promoting online safety, conflict resolution and reducing gang activity.

To assist their campaigns, they have callaborated with Kingdom Vision Pictures to write, produce and act in the two short films that help promote their anti crime and violence message, whilst delivering education workshop in schools with their respective boroughs..

Watch and enjoy the footage created by young people in our nearby schools.



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