Videos for Change 2017 Winner Announced!

Congratulations to Coomera Anglican College in Queensland, who are the 2017 High Resolves Videos for Change challenge winners!

Their powerful video, which focuses on social exclusion, was showcased to a national audience on Network TEN's 'The Project' :

We went behind the scenes to find out more about the winning team’s Videos for Change journey and the motivation for their inspiring social action message, "we are worth so much more than the labels that divide us."

Videos for Change is just one of the many immersive learning experiences that High Resolves offers to empower students with valuable 21st century skills and the confidence to create positive social change.

Find out how High Resolves immersive learning experiences can empower your students:

The 2017 Videos for Change Finalists

There were so many exceptional entries in this year's challenge that the panel of judges from Network TEN and High Resolves had an incredibly difficult time deciding on the winner. Congratulations to the runners-up from North Sydney Girls High School, who targeted the issue of domestic violence, and to the team from Goulburn Valley Grammar School who has been awarded a commendable mention for their video on the impact of cyber-bullying.

Network TEN, The Project and High Resolves would like to congratulate all participants for their efforts in creating awareness about a range of important social issues. 

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2017 Runner Up

Domestic Violence
North Sydney Girls High School

2017 Commendable Mention

Cyber Bullying
Goulburn Valley Grammar

Congratulations to the other top ten finalists!

Body Image
Catholic College Sale

Domestic Violence
Cannon Hill Anglican College

Bullying
North Sydney Girls High School

Peer Pressure
North Sydney Girls High School

Coffee Cup Waste
Auburn High School

Dementia
North Sydney Girls High School

Youth Mental Health
Hillcrest Christian College

 
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We are extremely grateful to Network TEN and The Project for their ongoing support of High Resolves and the Videos for Change challenge