Students Zaher Khan, Khlil Moropkhil and Zabiullah Oriakmel recently won a film competition organised by Sharp Shotz. The students beat over 200 other entries, this is a fantastic achievement. The students had to come up with a concept around a difference they could make, and then turn the concept into a campaign, which they then had to pitch to a panel of judges from UWE, the BBC, Unseen and Bristol 24/7.

As winners, they were then supported to turn their concept of ‘Eat Together Win Together’, into a film, to support their idea where they will introduce a dedicated lunch space for students that may be feeling alone to come and sit with them at their table, talk and make friends.

We will be introducing this at City Academy and would like this campaign to be so successful that students across Britain campaign for something similar in their schools to make everyone feel more included.

The student’s film was premiered at Bristol Watershed, and the campaign has been featured on BBC radio Bristol and BBC Points West.

To see the film itself and all the information about the campaign, please visit our school website and the Sharpshotz website: