Eastside Creative VIDEO Workshops
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This Autumn, let Eastside support your students’ smooth return to school life with our Free Creative Video Workshop series, consisting of 12 educational videos perfect for primary and secondary teachers to use in the classroom, or share with any students shielding at home.
Eastside Creative Video Workshops support KS2 & 3 PSHE / Citizenship national curriculum learning outcomes, exploring two key topics:
- Black Lives Matter: Celebrating Black British Activism
- Creative Wellbeing: Promoting Wellbeing Through the Arts
All video workshops have been designed by Eastside’s Professional creatives to suit a 50-min lesson containing creative activities and inspiration to get your students engaged in these important topics and boost PSHE learning. To get started simply gather the items on the resources checklist before playing the video in your classroom, pausing while your students work on each task.
OUR PROGRAMME OF ONLINE WORKSHOPS
Content for video workshops has been developed by Eastside’s talented creatives with support from Dr Angelina Osborne, Black British historian and MIND (City, Hackney and Waltham Forest).
- Poetry Writing for Wellbeing
Students will explore the importance of being aware of our own wellbeing. Through group and individual poetry writing exercises, students will create two original poems exploring our emotions and the importance of self-care.
Supports Students to: understand how to recognise and talk about their emotions and learn simple self-care techniques and their benefits on mental wellbeing and happiness.
- Sharing our Stories: drama to celebrate personal strengths
Students will participate in drama activities including interviewing each other, writing and performing their own scripts based on themes of wellbeing, mental health and empowerment. Using drama to turn real thoughts, feelings, emotions and ideas into performance, students will learn to listen and share their stories in order to connect with their peers.
Supports students to: Develop self-esteem and their positive perception of themselves and their peers understand how to recognise and talk about their emotions and learn simple self-care techniques and their benefits on mental wellbeing and happiness.
- Filmmaking for Resilience
Students will learn to make short films to talk about their emotions and develop strategies for overcoming negative thoughts and promote resilience.
Supports students to: Develop emotional resilience, understand how to recognise and talk about their emotions and learn simple self-care techniques and their benefits on mental wellbeing and happiness.
Black Lives Matter
- Protest Poetry about Olive Morris
Students will learn about black Briton Olive Morris’ life and work, using poetry writing techniques to celebrate her contribution to our community, and creatively express their own ideas about how they can create an equal society.
Supports Students to: value the contributions of our diverse national, regional, religious and ethnic identities in the United Kingdom and explore the different ways that citizens can contribute to the improvement of their community.
- Illustrating Victorian Black Britons
Students will take part in a visual history lesson exploring three Black Britons from the Victorian era, Pablo Fanque and Sarah Forbes Bonetta using
illustration techniques to create their own ‘Broadsides’, a Victorian form of political protest.
Supports Students to: learn about the range of diverse groups and identities that make up their community, valuing diversity and enhancing mutual respect and understanding.
- How to be Anti-Racist
Students will learn about the Black Lives Matter movement in the UK, using drama techniques to understand what racism is and how they can be anti-racist.
Supports Students to: learn the consequences of racism on individuals and communities, using imagination to understand other people’s experiences, and the need for mutual respect and understanding, as well as to explore the different ways that citizens can contribute to the improvement of their community.