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Autumn 2 - Creative Project 

Year 1 and Year 2 


    Please remember not to use any real names for people in your films, due to safeguarding. 

Year 3 to Year 6

 Please remember not to use any real names for people in your films, due to safeguarding. 

The changing workplace: same spaces, new realities

The coronavirus pandemic has affected the way we work, jobs and the economy.

You’ve probably noticed that some familiar spaces are now being repurposed and reinvented – a dining table might also be an office space. How will these changes impact our working practices in years to come? What effect will these changes have on the economy?

Enter our competition and explore how the workplace is changing and what it might look like in the future.

We’re looking for imaginative, interesting films and storyboards – the more inventive the better.

Get your creative caps on!

Students may want to explore

  • Which parts of the economy will benefit the most from a shift to the digital workplace?  
  • How the wider economy will be impacted as we continue to replace traditional working environments with new ones?
  • How will this affect things like transport, the environment, work-life balance?   
  • What will the economic implications be at a local and national level?
  • What will this mean for the jobs of the future?

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What you need to know

  • You can complete the storyboard template or create your own short film. A pupil cannot be entered into both competitions however, the storyboard template will help you plan your film carefully.
  • This is for pupils Yr 3 to Yr 6 at The Priory.
  • You can shoot your film on a smartphone, tablet, or video camera. It should be between one to three minutes long. 
  • You must have consent from anyone who participates in your film. 
  • You can use any medium you want e.g. dance, music, poetry, rap, animation, graphics, cartoons, interviews or a news article. 
  • Schools can enter multiple teams with a maximum of five students in each team. There’s no limit on how many people can appear in a film. 
  • Students may enter either the Storyboard or Film Category but the same student cannot enter both Competitions.  
  • To enter in the storyboard category, students must use our template to submit a storyboard and an accompanying script.  When judging we will be focused on the film ideas.  However, drawings need to be of a high enough standard for us to understand the story structure.

    Students can win gift vouchers and cash prizes for our school.

Deadline For Competition

In order to get all entries sent off from The Priory school on time, all entries need to be sent to class teacher email addresses by Friday 4th December 2020.

Storyboard Template to use for the storyboard category.

Good luck to all our budding film makers!