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Enthusiastic ten year olds at Ealdham Primary School honed their photography skills and techniques during a six week after school club series.
Nearly 20 pupils aged 10 clicked their way to success in a series of afternoon photography workshops.
Mixing art and science resulted in top marks for a group of nine year old students at Mundella Primary School, Sheffield.
More than twenty students aged 8 to 10 got up close and personal with their digital compact cameras in a series of afterschool photography workshops.
‘Understanding Optics’ was the learning objective for nineteen students on a workshop programme delivered by Imaging Partnership.
Over a series of ten weekly, two hour photography workshops, students all aged 17 made an in depth exploration into themselves as ‘visual artists’.
Arts Awards in Silver and Gold reflected the quality of the animated film clips created by more than twenty students at Two Waters School in Hertfordshire.
A short film made by a group of thirteen year old students impressed their head teacher so much that they were asked to make a promotional film for the school.
Afterschool sessions were focussed on photography for more than twenty students in the V1 form at The Abbey Girls School, Reading.
Pupils in the gifted and talented range were involved in a programme of photography workshops delivered in curriculum time at Shakespeare Infant school, Hampshire.
Children shine through photography at Sir Thomas Abney Primary School, London
Parents and their children learned all about photography in a series of after school workshops in London.
An after school photography club opened the door to film-making, cinematography, and animation for a group of key stage 2 children in London
Arts Week at Plaistow Primary School provided an opportunity to focus on the school’s core values Perseverance, Success and Partnership
In the winter term, Imaging Partnership ran an after school photography club with a seasonal festive theme.
Year 5 and 6 students at Walmsley Primary School were focused on photography for two days as Imaging Partnership delivered photo workshops packed with camera tips and techniques.
Photography sessions delivered out of college hours helped prepare a group of A-level students for their AS level exams.
Digital Media students worked together with Imaging Partnership to create a series of photographic prints.
Cinematography was the focus for ten students over two half days workshops at Sefton College, Manchester.
It was lights, camera, and action for a group of seventeen year old students at Hastingbury College in Bedfordshire.
Imaging Partnership was engaged to deliver a series of animation ‘taster’ workshops for a group of 19 year olds.
Photographic workshops made creative afternoons for more than twenty students at New River College in London.
Students used their specially modified cameras to capture a wide range of images at Communication Specialist College, Doncaster.
Imaging Partnership delivered a series of photography workshops designed especially for children with physical disabilities.
Saturday mornings were all about photography for more than forty King Edward’s students aged 17.
A series of afternoon photography sessions at the school helped international students get to know each other by transcending the language barrier.
Seventeen, nine to eleven year olds were involved in the photography sessions with the objective of advancing their studies in media communication and visual arts. Imaging Partnership delivered the sessions which were focussed on landscape and documentary photography. At the end of the series, students had produced a set of creative photographic prints for an […]
Imaging Partnership delivered a series of six workshops called ‘Picture this in Science’. The aim of this series is to support pupils with their science work in the curriculum.
Imaging Partnership delivered a series of six photography based workshops called ‘Do the Maths’. The aim of this series is to help pupils understand photography and visual media in order to bring this topic to life in a fun and engaging way.
New skills in photography enabled two groups of students at Walthamstow Academy to bring their creative aspirations to fruition.
A group of students focused on their local environment to create a gallery of photographs worthy of a glossy coffee table book.
Imaging Partnership was invited to work with a group of 15 – 16 year olds to focus on citizenship through photography and cinematography.
A group of twenty three Key Stage 2 students enjoyed a series of after school photography workshops. The workshops included learning the basics of using a camera effectively through to exploring unusual lighting effects and creating outstanding images both as individuals and in groups.
Art and music create a harmonious success. A collaboration between art and music students, resulted in giant photographic panels which inspired music students to create an accompanying soundtrack.
In August 2014, Imaging Partnership was invited to work with small groups of students at the Barton Moss Secure Care Centre, Manchester.
The one day intensive workshop was designed by Imaging Partnership to encourage the girls to get deeper into their art work and in turn inspire the younger pupils in the school to take up GCSE photography.
To celebrate 100 years of schooling, St Mary Redcliffe Primary School in Bristol enlisted the help of Imaging Partnership to deliver a series of afternoon workshops in Cinematography.
Photography was the focus of a series of afterschool workshops which not only enhanced skills and confidence, it supported the St Mary’s Primary school’s commitment to becoming an Arts Award accredited centre.
‘Golden Time’ in the afternoon at school provided a group of 9 – 11 year olds with the opportunity to create photography presentations for their school’s Arts Award project
Over a six-week series of film-making workshops, more than 20 students at Robert Le Kyng School produced an exhibition to celebrate the school’s centenary anniversary
Imaging Partnership practitioner Tim Collins worked alongside a group of students aged 7 to 11 and their parents during a one day photography workshop at the The Ear Foundation, Nottingham
Twenty girls took part in a series of after school photography workshops to create displays for an upcoming summer open evening
More than twenty students participated in a two day workshop to improve their photographic skills and techniques.
A group of creative nine year olds enjoyed workshop day focusing onlandscape and wildlife photography recently.
Imaging Partnership delivered a day workshop of a ‘carousel of photography topics’ to a group of pupils aged 7.
Nearly 20 nine year olds were involved in a series of photography workshops directly aligned to the national curriculum in Mayville Primary School in London.
Afternoon photography workshops were popular with a class of 23 ten year olds at St. Mary’s Church of England Primary School, Bitteswell, Leicestershire.
Photography sessions were as easy as ABC for 19 ten year olds at Loddon Primary School, Reading.
Life’s a beach for a class of fifth formers at Davis High School! The girls took part in one-day practical photography workshop focussing on reportage style photography snapped on their local beach.
Pupils at Bootham School designed a series of pull up banners to attract new students.
17 year olds at Unity College Lancashire got snapping in a series of photography workshops run in curriculum time on the arts courses.
Thirty students aged 15 took part in a series of curriculum time photography sessions with the aim of improving student attainment and engagement.
More than thirty 10 year olds took part in a one day photography workshop to study science.
Nearly thirty students took part in a creative photography workshop to learn new skills and gain experience using compact cameras.
A dozen 11 year olds rolled back the years in pictures when they took part in a photography workshop focused on the Victorian Era.
Afternoon photography sessions were held in curriculum time for a group of nearly thirty 15 – 16 year old girls to support their AS level studies.
Students at the International School Surrey make sure nothing is lost in translation in a series of videos showing the culture, climate and lifestyle at their boarding school.
Students looking for an arts based career opportunities participated in a series of Saturday workshops to create personal portfolios to send to would-be employers.
Working with children who have acute learning disabilities, IP explored photography to engage the students and support them to create a group project.
‘Golden’ time one afternoon a week, means using photography as a way of approaching maths, history geography and science.
Digital storyboarding was the focus of two three hour workshops for forty Year 11 Art students who were planning for their approaching A level studies.
More than 600 students took part in a film-making day run by Imaging Partnership as part of their ‘Aspiration Week’
Keen to foster collaboration with the nearby feeder school, teachers at Langtree Primary School in Reading dedicated a day in their Arts Week programme to creativity through photography. The day was called ‘optical skills in visual arts’.
A group of 15 ‘gifted and talented’ students shared their gifts and enhanced their talents in a series of three curriculum enrichment sessions, each lasting 1 hour, 15 minutes.
IP was invited to work with a group of 17 students in year 10. The objective was to support the students in their GCSE Media Studies, specifically in photography and cinema photography.
Shirestone Academy Birmingham
A programme of photography workshops from IP has helped achieve ‘Outstanding’ from Ofsted for Shirestone Academy.
West Bromwich Albion Foundation scores a hat trick with photography
Tutors at the West Bromwich Albion Foundation were so impressed with the outcomes from a series of photography workshops, they took the work to a whole new level and used photography to inspire the students into entrepreneurship.
The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme was the focus of attention for six students on an IP photography course. Over three weeks, the Dof E group joined 30 other students, parents and teachers doing photography as a series of evening workshops.
A group of 13 and 14 year olds took part in a series of film making workshops created and delivered by IP. The brief for the series was to create a 1 minute ‘promotional’ film made by the students to highlight the best of the school.
Media students at Rednock School were doing make-up design and wanted photography as an integrated part of the course. IP designed and delivered a photography module over 5 weeks which integrated into the make-up design programme.
On a sunny day in London, 130 students took part in a Visual Arts Day with the focus on hair and fashion. To capture the story of the day, the girls explored four types of photography – documentary, fashion, still life and portraits.
Students aged 14 – 16 were introduced to advanced technical photography over a six week course. Each session, delivered in curriculum time, lasted one hour and was dedicated to a specialised topic such as composition and lighting.
Students aged 14 – 16 learned the basics of photography including composition and lighting, through to a range of styles and applications in their afterschool photography club which ran for six weeks.
Forensic photography was under the microscope for a group of GCSE students at Big Wood School. Weekly 2 hour sessions for four weeks included looking at photographs closely and dissecting them as part of a science project.
An afterschool photography club ran for six weeks at Rutlish School. Students aged 14 – 16 learned the basics of photography including composition and lighting, through to a range of styles and applications.
A group of sixth form students enjoyed a day being photo journalists. This one day workshop was tailored to tie in with fine art work including portrait photography.
14 year old boys and girls at Cheney School participated in a six week run of 1 hour photography workshops during curriculum time.
A group of girls aged 16 – 18 took part in a four week creative photography course for an hour each week in curriculum time.
A Victorian themed focus day captured the attention of a group of youngsters at Bolton School. Boys and girls aged 8 and 9 dressed up in Victorian costume to get into the spirit of the occasion.
IP delivered six week courses of afterschool photography clubs. Group and individual projects are created with an emphasis on exploring creativity and trying different techniques.
Over a six week period, IP delivered one hour workshops to students from age 16 to 18 so they could learn and practice a range of different types of photography.
IP was asked to design and deliver an “immersion project” in photography. Year 11 students spent three days practicing landscape, documentary, fashion and fine art photography.
IP was asked to design and deliver a 2-hour workshop for a group of twenty AS level students. The theme was focusing on fashion and advertising photography.
IP delivers full day photography workshops when required throughout the academic year. They are designed as a practical workshop for groups of up to 20 students aged 13.
IP was invited to run a course of weekly evening workshops for nine students and their parents or family members
A six week series of Saturday workshops was delivered by IP to more than forty sixth formers who were divided into two groups.
IP designs and delivers photography workshops on the summer school programme for home and international students.