Film-makers honoured for project effort

TWO teenagers who helped to produce an award-winning anti-bullying film have been given a special award.
Fairfield pupils Stuart Campbell and Jack Sergison, both 13, received the awards for their "out­standing contribution" to the school community
Both boys are members of Fairfield's film club and made major contri­butions to the school's anti-bullying project, a film called Why Me, which won a national award.
A school spokeswoman said: "The Diana Award is a living legacy to the late princess which re­cognises and celebrates the outstanding qualities and contributions made by many young people to their schools and com­munities.
"Schools and organisa­tions across the UK can annually nominate one or more people for the Diana Award and to date over 21,000 young people have received the award."
Janet Whittingham, arts director at Fairfield, added: "Both boys make a tremendous contribution to the school in terms of their time and effort and we are very proud of them."

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Diana honour

TACKLING bullying has won two schoolboys a prestigious accolade.
Stuart Campbell and Jack Sergison, both aged 13, have won a Diana Award for their out­standing contribution to their school community.
They belong to a film club at Fairfield High School and direct­ed a film to highlight what it feels like to be intimidated.
"Both boys make a tremendous contribution to the school in terms of their time and effort and we are very proud of them," said Janet Whittingham, arts director.
The boys produced a film called Why Me? which won a national award.

The Diana Award is a living legacy to the late Princess, which recognises and celebrates out­standing qualities and contribu­tions made by young people to their schools and communities.

Article and Pictures Courtesy of the Widnes Weekly News