Photography or Animation Week
Spend a week with industry professionals developing the ideas and skills to produce a piece of high quality work.
Ideal for young people of all ages and teachers teaching secondary and...
Photography Project: Greenfield Primary School
A Portrait of Bristol - ‘Our City’
Young people from Year 6 at Greenfield Primary School participated in a week-long photography project with Knowle West Media Centre to produce images of...
Education and Learning Programme 2013
Programme for 2013
A taste of what we can offer:
An exciting, professionally-led photography or animation course that supports students and teachers to create a completed piece of work in one...
Aspirations & Inspirations: Dreamcatchers
Dreamcatchers aims to raise career aspirations in children and young people through experimentation with photography and creative writing.
Working with a professional photographer and a youth worker, the young people...
CPD and INSET Day
CPD Delivering Media Projects in the Classroom
Our education team can deliver intensive one or two-day courses aimed at teachers currently delivering media in the classroom.
This course aims to engage teachers...
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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
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