Films

The films show Write Inspired in action all over the UK and beyond. 

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    The Ink Of The Voice

    An amazing project over 2 weeks working with Yrs 5 and 6 in Aberbargoed Primary school. Many things were covered - abstract sculpture on peace and conflict, story, poetry, syllabic rhythm on movement words, model insects, sonic visualisation and much more - this film shows a snapshot of what was achieved including the learning celebration with parents and carers on the last day.

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    Stone

    Using stones and models discover the power of imagination, perception and visualisation to build fascinating original pieces of creative writing.

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    What is Write Inspired

    This short film describes the key features of Write Inspired in schools using footage form projects and sessions from across the UK and abroad.

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    Write Inspired in Norway

    A week working in the British School of Stavanger ending with a celebratory performance to parents and invited guests on the Friday. A wonderful week full of joy and creativity in a stunningly beautiful part of the world!

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    Aberbargoed Part 2

    Working with Years 5 and 6 for a week. The year 6 continued developing their ideas from the week they had in Year 5. We looked at more complex mapping strategies and made books. Year 5 were introduced to Write Inspired in addition to some new activities.

    A fabulous week was had by all.

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    Door

    Using a model door that represents the doorway to the imagination we created poetry and stories. We looked through the door to other worlds. Sounds were used to help visualise what was through the doorway. Pieces of string were used to create pathways which were used as story templates.

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    Aberbargoed Primary School

    A wonderful week introducing Write Inspired to Years 5 and 6 in Aberbargoed Primary School, Wales

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    The Global Project

    A performance project about global warming. Starting with just the concept a whole performance is created in 5 days. Poetry, song, dance, artwork and much more are included. An incredible week with Yr 6 at Junior School Leidschenveen in The Hague.

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    Write Inspired Process path

    An overview of the many skills and processes involved in a Write Inspired Project. If you are interested in running a project in your school please contact Turn on Javascript!

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    The Write Inspired Inset

    A short film outlining the write inspired inset. To book email Turn on Javascript!

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    Collaboration

    'This project was designed for children to work together meaningfully and with purpose. The barriers that can stifle true collaboration were discovered and overcome.' Philip Davis

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    The Wroxham School

    A week of write Inspired at The Wroxham School.  The Wroxham school is famous for its approach to teaching and learning. To find out more about their work visit http://learningwithoutlimits.educ.cam.ac.uk/

    A lovely week as always with beautiful writing produced ...

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    Element project at Diss Church of England Junior School

    A exploration of poetry, character design, visual interpretation of sound, sound design and movement. 

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    The Space Project

    On Monday morning nothing existed of the space project. Over the five days, through an intensive writing, devising and rehearsal process, year five created an awe inspiring visual spectacle to be performed to the parents on Friday evening. The space journey visited talking probes, a chorus that asked what was so beautiful about earth, weird dancing creatures from outer space and many other peculiar objects and experiences. The amount the children produced - all from their own ideas - and the professional attitude they maintained throughout the week - was astounding.

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    Element at The Wroxham school

    We spent a week working with staff and children at the Wroxham School in Hertfordshire. An incredible place well known for its innovative and creative approaches to teaching and learning.

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    Creative use of tablets in Hong Kong

    We visited the French International School in Hong Kong and worked with all ages from Foundation to Year 6 looking at how to use tablets creatively. Moving away from passivity to more active and engaging activities.

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    Immersive Art in The Hague

    Using a range of innovative techniques and activities, the children are drawn into different elements of the painting and gather ideas that develop into a variety of outcomes: Poetry, Acrylic artwork, Haiku, Graphic Scores, Spoken word and much more.

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    Island at Robin Hood

    Working with KS 1 and FS we built an Island and populated it with creatures and plants. This was then the focus of all the work for the week. Songs were written, poetry performed, stories told....Having something so personal to the children was a huge inspiration and helped develop imagination skills. Children who found it hard to visualise and communicate their ideas quickly became more confident. An incredible week.

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    British School at Stavanger, Norway

    This project developed a variety of creative ways to express ideas. Poetry, song, improvisation, visualisation of sound, interpretation, model making, movement and much more.