Quirky Pictures led a workshop for Creative Junction at the Oxley Park Primary School in Milton Keynes. The stop motion film were made in one day in June 2010 by a selection of student from three classes in Year 4. Ours young and enthusiast animators become illustrators, animators, actors, sound designer and in teams, they created this short animation film:
Animation Workshop made by Year 4 student
Oxley Park Primary School opened in September 2005 to serve the catchment area of Oxley Park and North Kingsmead. South Kingsmead is in the defined area for Tattenhoe Park Primary School. The school is built to the latest DCFS standards, maximizing the potential as a learning environment for pupils, staff and the community. The building is designed over two levels with Foundation and Key Stage 1 on the ground floor and Key Stage 2 on the top. We are fortunate to have purpose built areas such as Technology and Art areas, a Music courtyard as well as all weather football, tennis and netball courts. Foundation stage have separate purpose-built facilities including an attractive fenced off playground area. s the Head often says “We have to be seen, to be believed!” – Ofsted did in January 2007 and judged us “outstanding”.
Creative Junction aims to be a point at which ideas come together, explosions occur and new turns are taken. We build partnerships with and for young people, to develop creativity and to connect powerful, innovative learning across sectors. We are a community interest company working in the South East, using the knowledge and expertise gained from delivering Creative Partnerships since 2002, and building on the solid foundations of many years’ leadership experience in education and creative practice.
Creative Partnerships is the Government’s flagship creative learning programme, designed to develop the skills of young people across England, raising their aspirations and achievements, and opening up more opportunities for their futures. This world-leading programme is transforming teaching and learning across the curriculum.’