Give-Get-Go Education CIC.

(an RYTC / Give-Get-Go Films Partnership)

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Helen Kenworthy
Founder/Joint CEO

Tony Klinger
Founder/Joint CEO

Give-Get-Go Education presents its unique Work Related Learning Film Production & Theatrical Courses.

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What do you want to be, a director, a producer, or a writer, perhaps you’re more of a camera or sound person, maybe an actor yourself, or an editor?

The same wide variety of choices are open in the theatre- jobs range from director, writer, actor, stage management, producer, hair and make-up to lighting technician.

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There are so many jobs in both theatre and films, so...

What suits you?

We designed this unmissable opportunity to empower all students through the experience of filmmaking and/or theatre.

Students learn vital transferable skills in the process including teamwork, event planning, creative expression and less obviously, maths, English skills, health and safety, risk assessment, finance, business skills, sales, marketing, communications and science.

Modules

Typewriter

Establishing the story in the scene

Robot Costume

Character

Both adding new as story develops & developing depth of character

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Scheduling

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Break Down

Breaking down the elements of film making

Stormtrooper Costume

Costume & props

Scriptwriting

Tube Lights

Lighting & special effects

Film Set

Rehearsal & filming

Video Editing Timeline

Editing

Music Equipments

Music and sound FX

Watching a Movie

The premiere!

Current
Specifics:

- Min 6 – max 15 per group. - Wednesdays & Fridays 9am-12pm. The students/learners targeted for engagement will be those: - Severely educationally and behaviourally challenged. - At risk of becoming NEET. - Not engaged with the mainstream education system. The courses will run in modular form, being progressive (continual assessment), with each module being an individual lesson in itself. In this way students will be able to continue the course even if they miss weeks/modules. Modulated learning allows the students to achieve understanding of the production process. They will understand the modules that they’ve completed and be aware of those missed. Each module, covering one specific aspect of film production or theatre, will run for 1 week (2 sessions of 3 hours per session = 6 hours total). The courses will run for in half term blocks (5 weeks), teaching one module per week, totalling 5 modules per course. There will be one course enrolment/sign up at the beginning of each half term period. NB precedence for sign up will be given to previous students who have already completed courses. Taster sessions will be offered at the end of each half term, to stimulate enrolment for the course at the beginning of the next half term. We will break down ‘achievements’; into small, modular nuggets, resulting in a Stars list. E.g. Understanding writing a script module- a student task to create an outline or treatment sometimes known as a synopsis for a film script or stageplay = stars awarded for working out a three act structure under supervision. This enables students with severe learning limitations to still achieve, as it allows the course leaders to reward ALL learning and achievements and to enrich/further develop specific aspects of individual modules where it will be of benefit to the learner/s.

Course
Structure:

Structure and development of the course; - The course leaders will present the initial/starter story idea at the beginning of the academic year - Each half term (5 week) course will focus on and develop the next scene in the story/script film production, picking up the baton from the previous half term’s group, further developing the story and the characters. - Where students choose to continue and register for the next half term, they’ll be encouraged to develop managing, directing and mentoring skills (mentors to help the newcomers). - At the end of the academic year the entire film production of 6 scenes or play will have been created. - The full process including all scenes will be filmed in either the film production or theatrical programme, so that at the end of the year the production can be shown or staged as a ‘premier’; by participating schools. - 2 modules per week - Modules: 1. Establishing the story in the scene (script writing) 2. Characters (both adding new as story develops & developing depth of character) 3. Scheduling 4. Breaking down the elements of film making 5. Costume & props 6. Lighting & special effects 7. Rehearsal & filming 8. Editing 9. Music and sound FX 10. The premiere! GGGE is ready to deliver either or both these student friendly course to your school now.

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