This summer we ran our first Make (Good) Trouble Summer Club in partnership with East Sussex County Council Holiday, Activity and Food Programme, for children entitled to benefits-related free school meals and other vulnerable groups. The course is free.
The Club ran from Monday 2 August to Thursday 26 August 2021
Our Summer Club provided fun and creative Media Production sessions led by young people and overseen by Make (Good) Trouble, a community interest company whose team have over 40 years’ experience delivering award-winning, world-class media content to global audiences.
- Creating short films using editing and audio skills
- Learning interview skills
- Photography including composition, shot lists, editing
- Creating content for social media including graphics and video
- Sound recording and editing
- Sound effects and music integration
- Research skills
The young people attending the sessions also had time to engage in outdoor activities each day in order to maintain a healthy balance of exercise and team building.
The young makers who attended the club are awarded Digital badges for their CV on completion of this project. Make (Good) Trouble is a partner of the RSA Cities of Learning programme, designed to provide practical pathways to employment. In 2020 we awarded 54 Cities Of Learning Digital Badges, accredited by City and Guilds, to young people across the South East.