The school has actively shared the resources with the local, national and global community to positively impact on the lives of children and adults through original and innovative resources raising awareness and informing them of the positive and potentially negative aspects of the internet, along with educating about responsible use.
Testimonials state the resources are of extremely high quality and used throughout the world.
Filmed ‘on location’ at Warwick Crown Court, the film is a courtroom drama outlining the case against a pupil accused of sending malicious messages to another pupil and the impact it has on the victim once others become involved in the cyber bullying. The film follows the trial with pupils playing all the lead roles as the cases for both the defence and prosecution are put before the jury. As the drama unfolds in court, several flash backs show the extent of the cyber bullying and how it has made the victim feels.
With the defendant under questioning, a shocking twist emerges to show to reveal the truth. The Anti-Social Network provides a dramatic backdrop to an all too important message regarding internet safety and cyber bullying. Kelly Griffiths from the Community Education Awards commented: “We were astounded by the professionalism and level of detail involved in the production of the film. The courtroom scenes were fantastic and it was incredible to see how hard the pupils had worked come to fruition with a widely acclaimed, excellent film.”