A new animation brings to life the ways co-operative values are embedded in co-operative schools across England. The short film follows students Rocky and Ravi (and their dog!) as they show the difference adopting a co-operative structure, and becoming part of a worldwide family of co-operatives, has made to their school. Rocky and Ravi, who are student members of their co-operative school, explain how co-operative schools are co-operatively owned and controlled by their members, including parents/carers, staff, students at the school and members of the local community. There are now almost 200 co-operative schools across England. The short animation, which was made by Accrington-based Huckleberry Films (creators of short animation The Story of the Rochdale Pioneers), was commissioned by the Co-operative College as a resource for co-operative schools.