Students are being shown dramatised scenes of a stabbing in a project about the long-term impacts of knife crime.
The Sharp Project is encouraging 11 to 14 year olds to reflect on how their lives could be permanently changed if they are the victim or attacker.
Project founder Prof Roger Kneebone, from Imperial College London, said “people at increasingly young ages are getting drawn into gangs”.
This year, 16 teenagers have been fatally stabbed in London.
Story by Karl Mercer & Robert Taylor