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Hilbre High wins for 0-19s

Hilbre High wins for 0-19s

Hilbre High School has won a competition commissioned by Wirral Community NHS Trust's 0-19 Service to promote its health and wellbeing service.

The competition administered by UCreate invited schools from across the Wirral to create an advert promoting the health and wellbeing service as understood by them. 10 schools from across the Wirral took part and the competition was strong, but the judges felt that Hilbre High's entry stood out from the rest.

Viv Harrison, 0 – 19 Health and Wellbeing Service Lead said: "We are delighted to have seen so many entries in to the competition; it shows great commitment from the schools for its community involvement and desire to be a part of its wellbeing. The enthusiasm shown by the young people was amazing and we are delighted with the winning entry. Hilbre seemed to really get under the skin of what we are trying to achieve and we are looking forward to hearing it on air".

The students were invited to Capital Radio's station in Liverpool to tour the studio and record the advert. The advert goes on air from 1 March 2016.

Students from Hilbre High

Students from Hilbre High From left to right:
back row: Lauren Eccles, Amber Gittins, Tom Clark
front row: Daniel Leonard, Jay Barham, Tom Montgomery




Last Updated: Wednesday, 02 November 2016 14:28

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