Community Ambassadors have been working with CONNECTING NEIGHBOURHOODS CIC who were awarded funding by the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner to work with young people to produce 3 community safety themed short videos.
A series of films based around young people, domestic abuse, drugs and the police are being made and posted onto the new website www.cameraactionyoungpeople.co.uk/community-ambassadors/
A few of the Community Ambassadors have been filmed explaining their role and how they can promote positive key messages to their peers in school and outside of school around issues like: crime prevention, anti-bullying, healthy relationships, volunteering, citizenship and staying safe.
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Community Ambassadors at King Charles lead on the national “Safer Internet Day” within their school to raise awareness on staying safe when using the internet.
Through assemblies, the Ambassadors were able to provide information on staying safe when using the many methods of social media available to young people.
Presentation to follow
Community Ambasadors gave out personal safety advice to students via assemblies in recognition of the Personal Safety Day and the “Door 2 Door” theme.
The Ambassadors covered personal safety issues, including how to keep safe whilst out and about, such as leaving your home to going to school or to a youth centre.
Presentation and photos to follow
Community Ambassadors were instrumental in a holding a Holocaust Memorial Day within their school.
An informative presentation was given to pupils helping them to achieve a greater understanding.
The Holocaust Presentation