What Our Clients Say About Us


We have loads of great feedback about our services. Here is just a selection

  • It involves eight secondary schools across South Ayrshire, in which year 5 and 6 pupils will develop short films about stalking. I am sure that everybody in the House will agree that it is important to educate young people about this serious issue.

    Rt. Hon. Sandra Osbourne MPspeaking in the House of Commons about Film School's Stalking Awareness Project
  • Film School were fantastic at engaging with our pupils, and made a great film with them. That’s why we got them back again!

    Ellen AitkenAssistant Head, Girvan Academy
  • The film created by the Peer Mentoring Group will be a legacy for this school which can be enjoyed by future pupils. Its a resource for the Group to be proud of and an important educational tool which can be used for years to come

    Pauline RattrayGuidance, Girvan Academy
  • I am amazed at what these young people have achieved with this fantastic film and very impressed at how potent – and accurate – the message on the dangers of stalking is.

    Ann MouldsChair, Scottish National Stalking Group
  • The final product is a fantastic resource that I hope will reach well beyond the boundaries of South Ayrshire to help raise awareness of stalking and, more importantly, the ways you can keep yourself safe from stalking and cyber-stalking

    Ann MouldsChair, SNSG
  • Friend Request is a clever and innovative way to engage with young people and raise awareness of these important issues. I’m sure it will be a talking point with school pupils throughout South Ayrshire, and hope it will encourage young people to open up to someone they know and trust if they are worried about themselves or someone they know

    Ann GalbraithCouncillor, South Ayrshire Council
  • It’s very easy to talk about the importance of keeping safe but it has more impact to see it, and that’s exactly what this film does. I’m sure it will strike a chord with many people, which is testament to the pupils’ efforts – whether writing, acting or filming – and they should be very proud of what they have achieved. It should be a must see film for every young person

    Rita MillerCouncillor, South Ayrshire Council

Pupil Responses

  • I loved the acting experience and getting along with people. It didn’t run for long enough!
  • I really enjoyed learning about how the background of films work.
  • Making a film about domestic abuse made it all more real, rather than people just talking about it.
  • I learned how important it is to get your message out. I realised that you don’t have to be scared of anyone or anything.
  • It was amazing, I had the best experience ever, and I loved doing the make up!
  • I thought it was fun and interesting. I’ve learned a lot from it.
  • It has opened my mind to issues, and helped me realise that these problems are happening to people I know.
  • It was enjoyable, and made the topic clearer