At a packed premiere event, St James’s Catholic Primary School in Twickenham wowed an audience of parents, pupils and governors with the results of their film project based on the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
At Charles Darwin Primary School in Norwich, Y1 pupils are learning about the planets – just like many other children across the country. However, headteacher Jo Brown wanted to do things differently, and as their technology provider we were happy to oblige!
The Rugby Free Secondary School in Warwickshire recently completed a green screen video project on the Great Plague, with its Y7 students. The school opened in September 2016 and this was the first creative digital project supported by Gaia. Two others are scheduled for Summer 2017.
Year 10 students at Logic Studio School in Hounslow were recently given the opportunity to experience working as creative media professionals when Gaia brought a team of education and media experts to the school for a special 2-day project.
Pupils from Christ the King Catholic Primary School in Birmingham have been experiencing what life would have been like on the front lines during World War 1 whilst developing their literacy and historical enquiry skills.
July 2016 and the year 6 pupils who will join the Academy in September have arrived for their first experience of lessons at secondary school. Across a number of these lessons they have worked on a project, ‘Our Island’ ,which is designed to culminate in a series of video presentations
Explore Gaia’s Special Relationship with Ysgol y Gogarth Ysgol y Gogarth is a day and residential Special School currently catering for approximately 210 pupils between the ages of 3 and 19. The school overlooks the beautiful bay of Llandudno and is within four miles of the A55 expressway.
In the summer of 2015 the senior leadership team at Ormiston Maritime Academy commissioned a major educational ICT, CPD programme from Gaia Technologies. The programme evolved to focus on three projects:
When Bodnant Community School started planning their IPC Mission to Mars topic they had no idea that it would end up like this!