TWO Valleys community radio brought their outside broadcast caravan to Moor End Technology College, Crosland Moor, for a day of planning and pre-recording to create a live broadcast delivered by students on a range of events and activities running in school.
The event was part of an ongoing community cohesion project between Moor End and Salendine Nook High School involving the radio station.
Over the next few weeks, students will travel to each other’s school for a joint session where they will be able to meet the group from the other school and start working with them.
They will work towards a final day at the Two Valleys Radio studios in Meltham when they will prepare a joint broadcast that will explore more deeply the concept of community cohesion.
The project is funded by Kirklees Council.
Year nine students from both schools will be taking part in the project before studying for GCSEs in media next year.