Comet Bay student’s drug aware video a finalist in state-wide competition

Comet Bay student’s drug aware video a finalist in state-wide competition Comet Bay College media qualification teacher Matthew Potts and student Will Evans. (Photo: Brianna Johnson)
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Comet Bay College student Will Evans. (Photo: Brianna Johnson)

TweetFacebookWill Evans’ entry into the SAY Project 2014.“I think the SAY Project gives teens a voice because we think the same as the target audience and can put our message in a way they’ll understand,” Will said.

Will created the video during school hours as part of his Certificate II in media studies and media qualification teacher Matthew Potts said it was the first time the course had been run at the school.

“There’s a strong interest in media at this school and we’ve started curriculum media courses as well,” Mr Potts said.

The SAY project is open to all Western Australian teens and is supported by local Lions Clubs and Murdoch University.

For more information about the project and to watch the 2014 finalist films search for 2014 SAY Projects on Youtube or watch Will’s entry below.

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