Students are on track to stay safe, thanks to a new film-making competition for schools across Milton Keynes.
The Rail Safety competition will challenge youngsters to convey messages about trespassing, graffiti, vandalism, thrill seeking, stone-throwing, anti-social behaviour, electrocution, level crossings and taking short cuts.
Each short will be judged by film industry experts and will look at how well students have communicated their messages and how entertaining their film has been.
And the films will also be shown at a one-day film festival next July, with the winning schools in each category receiving £500 each at a gala premiere and awards evening.
The competition is being sponsored by Network Rail and the Junior Filmmakers Club.
Last year’s winning school was Two Mile Ash with their film Spray Away MK.
To register visit www.juniorfilmmakers.co.uk