Primary Act Together Citysafe ends with season finale
The finale of this year’s Primary Act Together was held at St John Bosco Arts College. Act Together is an initiative by Citysafe, Liverpool’s community safety partnership and Merseyside Police, and was first introduced in 2008. The event encourages young people to discover more about the impact of crime and anti-social behaviour on themselves and their communities through drama.
Primary school’s from across the city took part, including Our Lady and St Swithin’s, St Matthew’s Catholic Primary School, St Albert’s Primary School, Broad Square Primary School and Croxteth Community Primary School. Each school was given a specific theme which was then used to develop a drama production, such as cyberbullying, social media and embracing different cultures.
At the end of the performances, each school received an award for their participation and hard work, presented by councillor Emily Spurrell and headteacher Darren Gidman.