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Welcome to Woodlands School


Woodlands School is for pupils who have either, severe learning difficulties, very complex needs or autism. 

Woodlands School believes that education for pupils is about preparation for life. Their Charitable Trust has been established to provide equipment and offer activities that are otherwise not funded by the Local Authority. These are vital for the students confidence and progression. 

This film was made to raise funds for a new building project that will offer new learning facilities such as a sensory room. These sensory sessions help focus and prepare the students for learning and are required throughout the day.

This film highlights how the school focuses on pupil’s happiness and independence though learning and building on their communication skills. We strove to demonstrate the fun atmosphere and welcoming environment using a combination of interviews, live action footage and hand drawn computer animated overlays.

We thoroughly enjoyed the experience of meeting and filming these inspiring teachers and pupils; we hope that their incredible passionate personalities shine through. 

The film got 12,000 views in it’s first 24 hours on the schools Facebook page which we believe truly makes it’s point!

 

Produced and Directed by 

Molly Brown www.seespeakhear.com

Lottie Fox-Jones www.lottiefoxjones.com

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