We've worked on a variety of short film projects which tackle a number of safeguarding topics for children and young people. We hope the films will help educate young people and prevent child exploitation.
You can view the films below. There are also a number of resources and lesson plans for teachers to use in schools along with the films.
Just Someone I KnowCreated by: students from Kingsway Park High School in Rochdale with M6 Theatre Company.
Film topics: child sexual exploitation, children missing in education, grooming and good and bad relationships.Watch Just Someone I Know on YouTube (7mins 55secs)
Lesson plans: suitable for children at least 12 years old. View Just Someone I Know lesson plans (3.5MB pdf)
Resource pack: view Just Someone I Know resource pack (216kb pdf)
Don't Hate MeCreated by: students at St Luke's Primary School in Heywood along with M6 Theatre Company.
Film topic: hate crime.
Watch Don't Hate Me on YouTube (3mins 49secs)
Lesson ideas: suitable for children in Key Stage 2. View Don't Hate Me lesson ideas (884kb pdf)
Blurred LinesCreated by: students at Oulder Hill School in Rochdale with M6 Theatre Company and Breaking Barriers.
Film topics: child criminal exploitation, county lines, child sexual exploitation and modern slavery.
Watch Blurred Lines on YouTube (22mins 15secs)
Details: the film launched the Greater Manchester week of action against child exploitation in October 2019.
Lesson plans: suitable for children at least 12 years old. View Blurred Lines lesson plans (1.3MB pdf)
Resource pack: view Blurred Lines resource pack (385kb pdf)