Posted on: 1st July 2017
A group of Year 9 media students enjoyed a visit to BBC Norwich to give them an insight into working with this particular medium.
With the help of BBC staff, the students went out on location in Norwich City Centre to learn filming techniques and make their own individual films, followed by a session in the BBC editing suites to learn the basics of digital editing and turn their footage into films. They were also fortunate to have the opportunity to tour the Look East and Radio Norfolk Studios.
Year 9 student, Jack said “It was a great experience. The BBC staff were so helpful and friendly and I learnt loads about making films”.
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