Date(s) - 01/10/2021
10:15 am - 3:00 pm
Organised by Educationista Foundation
“Takes students out of the classroom and into IWM’s galleries to explore objects and tell those stories in their own words. Students are given smart-cameras and tasked with making mini documentaries on the people and objects they feel the world needs to know about.”
“Allows active exploration of the History curriculum in relation to real historic artefacts within IWM. Through making their mini-documentaries, students will:
– Use primary sources as evidence to construct, illustrate and present an argument
– Develop communication and presentation skills through filmmaking
– Deepen understanding about the impact of conflict on people’s lives in the past and relevance to society today.”
£4.75* per student (age 11-16yrs). They must to do the session unaccompanied if there are younger siblings.
Children age 5-10yrs are free and cannot participate in the session.
Parents who are bringing younger siblings must supervise the younger sibling(s) separately, away from the workshop session.
Please be honest about the age of your child/student and book onto the session that matches your child’s chronological age (your place(s) may be withdrawn if you haven’t).
*The amount is an estimate. It may work out cheaper but it is dependent on final numbers. Refunds will be made after the event in respect of those students who attend the actual workshop session on the day, as per their booking.
(There are no refunds for cancellation/non-attendance/not showing up to the workshop session/including (or attempting to include) non-participating siblings in the workshop)
(Just put “adult” or “parent” etc…)
Please pay via bank transfer. Details are in the Educationista Foundation Facebook group.
Please use payment reference: Dux Oct [your surname]
(Putting your surname is very important!)
This is an Educationista Foundation event, organised by Lou. By booking on, you agree to adhere by the policies of the Foundation.