Video project

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Funded by Northern Film and Media and the Big Lottery Fund, the video project began in 2008 to help young people share their experiences of their school journeys.

Participation in the video project allows young people to develop technical and team-working skills. It's a great citizenship activity for secondary school students, and a way for young people in youth-work settings to make a positive contribution to their communities.

We need your help to get young people's voices heard about their streets. Help us collect thoughts, opinions and ideas of young people around the UK. Pupils will learn a lot, have fun and play their part in creating better streets for young people in their area. If you'd like to find out more about the video project, please email walktoschool@livingstreets.org.uk. We can provide you with consent forms, how to guides and more.

Watch the videos

Branksome Science College

Students at Branksome Science College have produced five short videos, and they are shown in the order below:

  • Walk 21 Conference Report Barcelona
  • What would stop you walking to school
  • What would you daydream about as you walked to school
  • What's good about walking to school
  • Who would you like to walk to school with and why

 

Darlington Borough Council

Students at Darlington Borough Council have produced two short videos, and they are shown in order below.

Hurworth School

Students at Hurworth School have produced 6 short videos, and they are shown in the order below:

  • Walk 21 Conference Report Barcelona
  • What would be your fantasy walk to school
  • What would stop you from walking
  • What would you daydream about as you walked to school
  • What's good about walking to school
  • Who would you like to walk to school with and why

Newham London

Students at Newham London have produced 13 short videos, and they are shown in the order below:

  • My walk to School Video F
  • My Walk to School Video I
  • What I love and hate about my parks
  • What I love and hate about my streets – Traffic
  • What I love and hate about my streets - Video B
  • What I love and hate about my streets - Video D
  • What I love and hate about my streets - Video E
  • What I love and hate about my streets - Video K
  • What I love and hate about my streets - Video P
  • What I love and hate about my streets - Video Q
  • What I love and hate about my streets - Video R
  • What I love and hate about my streets - Video S
  • Interview with Tessa Sanderson
  • What I love and hate about my streets - Video A

Ryton Comprehensive

Students at Ryton Comprehensive have produced 3 short videos, and they are shown in the order below:

  • Car
  • Daydream
  • Money

The Link Secondary School

Students at The Link Secondary School have produced a short video, 'Good and bad things about our streets'.