Hear See Speak is a creative engagement project delivered by the Tasmanian Commissioner for Children and Young People in partnership with Campbell Street Primary School.
Six students from year 5 participated in 8 weeks of creative workshops, during which they learned skills in photography, film making and journalism. Using the skills they learned and equipment available, the students formed a mini-media team and created a multi-art form expose featuring three young Tasmanians from diverse backgrounds.
This project supports children to express their views and to share their unique opinions on issues that affect their lives. It provides them with the ability to share their stories using digital technologies and offers a safe and supportive space for them to test and grow their creative and leadership skills.