Images for everyone


Photographs and films can transport us to places we've only dreamed of… Where will the Images expression take you? There are two pathways to explore, Photography and Film. Whether you choose to play with still or moving images, there are plenty of opportunities for pupils to get behind the camera. With the help of master photographers and filmmakers, children will discover how they can create their own images. From framing shots to learning camera tricks, the Images module will help you explore the creative power of the image.

An example of resources in each pack

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Video masterclasses from artists and celebrities to guide children on their journey

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Ready-to-teach PowerPoint presentations to guide your arts journey

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Creative playing cards to inspire experiments with images for arts week and beyond

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Arts week explained with everything you need to know to run creative masterclasses

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Calming arts activities to focus pupils after a whirlwind of creativity

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Printable worksheets across all art forms to keep your class busy

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What you’ll find in the Images resources

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Photography

Inspire your pupils to use the power of photography to show and tell each other about their lives. Whether you have classroom devices or not, join us on the Photography pathway to observe the world, plan compositions and think about how to frame the world in a new and creative way.

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Film

Take a step behind the scenes with our resources to get pupils calling ‘and…action!’ on their own films. With or without filming equipment, learn the tricks of the trade and the different roles involved in making the magic we see on screen. Come up with a story idea and experiment with sound and visual effects.

Talent who feature in the Images resources

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Luke Franks

Presenter, author, and creator of Ultimate Video Skills on Sky Kids.

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Gina Soden

Fine Artist, Photographer and Rise Arts Prize’s Photographer of the Year in 2018.