'Digital Stories' Storytelling Project
The Digital Stories project consists of six one day sessions, which aim to embed and foster both literacy and creative ICT skills in the classroom. This project can be run entirely on school premises and adapted to the class project.
What will students do?
Students will reflect on their own experiences and share stories with peers in order to explore interview and storytelling skills. Using up to the minute digital technology, students will learn research skills and capture images and sound to create their own digital stories on the computer. Students will also keep daily project diaries to help them record and remember their learning.
starting cost from £1800 for up to 30 students
This project can be tailored to different topics, ages and time frames.
To find out more about this course and its aims download;
t: 0117 353 2745
Bridge Learning Campus Primary, class teacher.
“I found the project to be of great benefit to my class. Especially for those who were not normally focussed learners. I remember being so happy to see one boy taking the lead, and showing some real photographic skills. This particular boy is usually first to give up and doesn’t want to move his learning on.”
Education & Learning
The education team offers a wide range of creative learning opportunities to all ages; early years, KS1 to KS4 and in further education.
10 years of delivering exciting projects with schools and colleges has informed our Education and Learning Programme 2013, to include;
English, History, ICT, Art & Design, Citizenship, Photography, Science and Film & Media Studies.
• to enrich the curriculum
• widen participation in arts and culture
• to teach creative digital media skills
The team also supports teachers to embed media practice in their work and to stimulate practice and teaching methods.
Arts Award Welcome
The Trinity Hall Arts Awards can accredit students with over 30 hours of study with KWMC arts award advisors.
"The team at KWMC are always extremely enthusiastic and knowledgable and bring technical skills and ideas which mean that our students learn and develop in ways that wouldn’t be possible in the school setting.”
Art Teacher, St Mary Redcliffe & Temple School
"It's a wonderful thing .... to share practice, we don’t get much time to do this and ... a forum where we could meet and chat about the common issues and successes and things that work."
"I learnt how to use the Mac computers and how to take proper pictures. I liked that the project was set out of school and that I got the chance to meet professional photographers."
Student, aged 14
t. 0117 903 0444