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Animation Expressions provides Animation workshops for Education Establishments and Community Organisations, for all ages and abilities. Animation is a great way to combined creative skills with digital learning. It is also a good way of expressing thoughts and ideas in an Audio-visual format, "taking ART & ICT to infinity and beyond". Movies are updated occasionally. So Stay TOONED for more movies!!! Visit our youtube channel
Baby Toons are the youngest animation group, age 2-5.These workshops are run in Nurseries and Early Years settings. The children take part in colouring, basic drawing, voice recording and basic animation. The animations can be designed to suit any topic, elative to your curriculum. See Early Years for more information."
Fantastic workshop, a great experience and new approach to learning. The children watched it over and over again, identifying their pictures and voices" Nursery Teacher
Animaniacs Animation Group is for age 5-11. The children are able to use the animation equipment independently. They have the opportunity to design characters and sets and make creative decisions for themselves and their peers. For more information look at our Primary Schools page.
"Animation Club is really cool, I will sign up every term" (pupil)
Screenagers Animation Group is for age 11-19 (mainly Secondary Schools and Youth Clubs) Teenagers are able to express themselves through art and combine their own talents, whether it is singing, poetry, rapping etc. They are able to animate teen issues on growing up, peer pressure, bullying, crime, and many more.
"It was motivating and released my creative side". I was able to work as a team to produce a great animation. Look forward to doing more" (Student)
Older and Bolder
Older and Bolder are workshops for adults. (mainly age 50+). They enjoy reminiscing on the past creating their own black/white and colour movies. Great for brain function and memory, amazing way to socialise and try something new. This is a short movie produced by Slough Age Concern. Participants had the opportunity to discuss the rotary phone and make comparisons to the new smart phones.
"We had such fun. A unique workshop" (participant- Age Concern)
Animation Expressions believes reading is one of the most important aspects of our children's education. We don't just want the children to achieve well in reading, we also want them to develop a love for reading. To support this, Animation Expressions provides workshops to Libraries encouraging children to engage in reading and take part in creating short movies to support their favourite story books and Novels.