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5 April 2017
The students of Goonellabah Public School near Lismore have produced a hip-hop video celebrating their identity and strengths. The video has had more than two thousand hits on YouTube and social media accolades from Australian hip-hop bands Hilltop Hoods and BlissnEso.
The 'No Shame Be Game' production was a response to the 'This Is Us' youth forum. It was supported by the REDinc In-School Support Team and One Vision Productions, and funded by Families Australia and the Child Aware Local Initiative. Principal Mark Spencer says the five-week production process built students' literacy, general knowledge and teamwork skills, and the participants have grown in confidence in their everyday school life as a result of their work. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ow84plHfTgg
Goonellabah Public School students, supported by local secondary students, take part in the filming.
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