STUDENTS from St Dominic's Sixth Form have made films and documentaries to highlight the growing knife and gun crime epidemic hitting our streets.
The Design and Technology AS students were set a competition to promote positive messages to the borough's youth about gang culture.
Rachael Matthews from Victim Support Harrow, a charity which helps people deal with crime, was a judge on the panel last month.
Julie Cope, head of design and technology at the school in Mount Park Avenue, Harrow, said: "Each group made it clear that knife and gang culture is a serious issue in our community that obviously worries them in today's society.
"The effort and commitment that went into their work was humbling. This was our young people trying to solve the dreadful issue of knife crime that we have here in London.
"Some of the groups have set up social networking pages in order to spread their positive message further."