Royal Television Awards 2018 - Innovation Award
Tech4Good Community Award 2018 - Runner-up  
   

Learn Hands On

Media is a fun and stretching way to express ourselves and develop a wide range of skills. The focus in our Learn Hands On projects is on the benefits for participants.

You select what you want to achieve:

  • storytelling and having your say
  • personal skills - teamwork, working to deadline, creativity
  • vocational skills - using cameras, editing, animation
  • media literacy
  • developing enterprise
  • accreditation

All of them? You tell us your priorities and we'll develop a project plan that will deliver them.

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  • Roycroft VJ sets

    Three days of creative activity for the youth club at Roycroft clinic. The groups learned to VJ and performed live, with fabulous results!

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  • Sparc media production teamworking course

    A small group of young people make a film in five days

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  • Mortimer Community College Animation Project

    A small group of young men took part in an animation project designed to re-engage them in school life. The aim was to show them school can be fun!

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  • Passionate about Media

    This project gave the chance to "learn through doing" - eighteen young people produced a range of media coverage of the biggest TV Awards outside London.

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  • Multimedia drop-in at Newcastle Cricket Club

    We held one day of drop in workshops at Newcastle Cricket Club’s Open Day to encourage participants to have a go at doing something creative, linked to sport. Children and young people of all ages took part.

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  • Prudhoe School Creative Partnerships Project

    Using animation and film based on subjects in the Curriculum.

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