Animation in Literacy
What is the animation project?
Working directly with your students in school, our animation workshops let your students be directors, script writers, animators, camera crew and editors all in one.
Curriculum linked animation workshops enable students to demonstrate their learning in a whole new way.
Whether they are creating animations to create their own stories and tales, or using them to recreate historical events, by filming and recording animations the students are able to demonstrate their learning in creative ways.
To create the animations students use their traditional skills to storyboard, writes scripts and create characters or settings. Once they’ve done the ground work, then it’s time to add 21st Century learning approaches and bring their projects to life.
Students will develop a wide variety of skills from communication and collaboration to accuracy and consistency, all in a fun and engaging way.
They are also a useful and practical way to enhance the skills of digital leaders in your school, and help them develop their skills further.
Who can take part?
What are the outcomes?
The project aims are to:
engage all learners with creativity;
develop literacy skills;
enable students to demonstrate their learning.
What are the wider benefits for schools?
The wider benefits of the project for schools are to:
enable schools to utilise the technology in their school in a meaningful way;
enable hands-on teacher CPD where needed to develop skills in digital learning approaches through classroom modelling.
Level: Animation in Literacy Projects are projects for KS1, Ks2, KS3 and KS4
Date Available: Now
Use our Contact Us form to register your interest in this project.