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Child Sex Exploitation Award

Students from across The Albion Academy have come together with staff to highlight their growing concern over child sexual exploitation (CSE). Working with a crew from Schools Media, led by Ashok Baker, students have produced a short video which delivers the shocking facts about CSE and their fervent wish that this never happens to the children in their life.

To recognise the work achieved by staff and students at the Albion we have been awarded CSE ambassador status by Project Phoenix.

The next stage will see Project Phoenix work closely with Albion Academy and other schools across the region to develop a substantial pupil education and peer mentoring programme. This programme will eventually provide formal accreditation that pupils can reference on their CVs and Records of Achievement. 

Read the full articles by Salford Online here

Read the full articles by Manchester Evening News here 

Watch the video in full at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBgVppmtPvQ&feature=youtu.be   

Jenny Langley, Albion Academy’s principal, said: “Often when there are serious issues affecting young people it is too easy to overlook their own role and voice in addressing them.

“Our students made the film because they felt it was important to speak out and raise awareness of the dangers of CSE among young people, using a method that can be easily shared on social media.

“I am very proud of their courage, integrity and maturity and delighted their work has been recognised by Project Phoenix.”

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