"We’re delighted to have Fire Media as one of our experts providing efficient and creative youth journalism and PR training."
Since 2009, we have worked on behalf of Headliners UK, the Metropolitan Police, Lammas Secondary School and Sports College, St Catherine's Catholic School for Girls and Highlands School developing media production workshops to inspire the personal development of young people.
The video below features an investigation into cervical cancer testing by 16-year-olds Amy Melbourne (reporter) and Elissavet Manazi (camera and sound) from St Catherine's Catholic School for Girls in Bexley, Kent.
The video below explores life choices and personal aspirations and was produced by 13-year-olds Jerrycan Bahumuka (reporter), Hammed Ibrahim (reporter), Turrell Auguste (camera) and Mohamed Abrar (sound) from Lammas School and Sports College in Leyton, east London.
Below is a link to a newsletter produced by 11 to 19-year-old residents of Viridian and Wandle housing associations in south London, which aimed to raise the aspirations of young people and explore how they can make a difference in their communities.
The newsletter features interviews, photographs and reviews from the Making a Difference (M.A.D) Youth Festival which took place at the Ministry of Sound nightclub in August 2010. Read it here