Best wishes to E2E Project leavers
We would like to say thank you to all the young people who made such a great contribution to the E2E Media Project. We are sorry to lose them as many have successfully completed the E2E programme and have now progressed to further education ESOL courses. We wish them good luck and hope they will keep in touch with us at CSV as we always like to hear how our learners are getting along.
Here are some freshly edited clips from our filming at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art. Thanks to the co-operation of Baltic we were given permission to film inside the exhibitions and installations. Most of our video was shot during the Jenny Holzer exhibition and in Damien Hirst’s Pharmacy installation.
Video from Hannah's Project
This is an extract from one of Hannah Buck’s sessions with ESOL learners. This was filmed as part of CSV’s E2E Media Project.
Learners of the month for March 2010
We were very pleased to recently award Costica and Yumi Learner of the month certificates. They were awarded for their excellent work on the ESOL course, their commitment to the programme and their really valuable contribution to the group. Costica and Yumi are pictured below with Nicola, who also received an award for completing the E2E programme.
Week 5: Updates
This has been a very busy time with lots of exciting activities to film at CSV, particularly a new and engaging project in conjunction with Hannah Buck from The Children’s Society and a presentation from Northumbria Police liaison service on public safety and crime prevention. We will post some short video clips from these activities soon.
Week 4: Photos from the Mobex activity day
Learners recently had the opportunity to take part in activities organised by Mobex UK. Here are some images from the activity day at Byker climbing wall, Newcastle.
Media @ Baltic
As part of the E2E Media Project learners visited Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art on Gateshead Quayside to film video and take photographs of the gallery exhibitions and installations. They also recorded their personal responses to some of the work they viewed, and we are currently editing all the footage (there is a lot of it!) so that we can put some of the more interesting clips online as...