Pupils were presented with a special award at the Midland Hotel on 26 September in recognition for their work on the project SUSOMAD (Stand Up, Speak Out and Make A Difference)

The SUSOMAD project which ran in the summer term in collaboration with Bradford Council and the Anne Frank Trust was to engage young people in speaking out and educating others about the effects of prejudiced views against minority groups.

Year 8 pupils made a short film with a professional film maker about the dangers of prejudice and Year 10 pupils were trained to be peer educators on Anne Frank’s story, showing younger pupils around an exhibition, which we set up in school.

Well done to all involved and special congratulations to James Penn in Year 10 who won the SUSOMAD Superstar award.

Picture: Pupils with Mr Sanderson at the Midland Hotel.

Watch the video here.