South Tyneside Youth Group Come Second in National Competition



South Tyneside Youth Group Come Second in National Competition

The house of lords website contains this news article.

The three runners are (in alphabetical order) are:

  • Participation Opportunities within SOUTH Tyneside (POINTS), for their film “Have you seen the state of the roads it really is awful”
  • Rathkinde Grammar School, Belfast, for their newspaper article “Is it politics time?”
  • Ringwith School, Hampshire, for their film “Sister Act 2: A political satire?”

The group named NOPOINTS – No Paticipation Opportunities in North Tyneside (South), is made up of young people of all ages between 13 -57. The film came from a true story that a young person had heard on the bus.

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