Years 9 and 10 students in Photography and Media this week have been busy working on their latest assignment; investigating how social justice applies to their generation.
At the start of the week students took part in a workshop run by the awesome BBC Devons Political reporter Jenny Kumah. Within the workshop students looked at writing questions, gathering news and interview techniques. Yesterday the students hosted four visitors from some wonderful local community organisations; Julie Paget from – Plymouth and Devon Racial Equality Council, Pete Davey from The 100 Homes Oral History Project , Maria from the – The Oasis Cafe / Plymouth food bank and Tim Todd – Previous Youth Services. manager, foster carer and community voice specialist. This questions and answers session saw small groups of students rotate around the visitors asking questions and investigating what the community groups do and the impact they are having in their local community. We would like to say a huge thank you to our visitors for sharing their time and expertise with us.

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