TV Stars and TV Stars – Part 1!

Yesterday, P6/7 had a fantastic day working with not one, but two BBC crews.  In the morning, we were lucky enough to have an outreach team from BBC Scotland’s LAB project, who were here to teach the pupils about programme-making.  The children learnt to use cameras, sound equipment and to be directors, presenters and interviewers.  They used the skills they had learnt to make a short programme showcasing the nature in and around our school grounds, and an interview which some of the pupils filmed with the Springwatch presenters Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan.   This film will be shown on the BBC LAB website.

Here are what the kids had to say about their morning of film-making:

Sophie: I enjoyed working the camera in the morning because i really want to be a photographer .

Gregor: I enjoyed the morning because i got to be a presenter and work with a camera and being part of a team

Abbie: I liked doing the sound because when you had the headphones on you could hear every single little noise and it was really cool.

Emily: I enjoyed working with the BBC filming team I really enjoyed working when we did the filming at the pond.

Daisy: I enjoyed the the BBC coming and doing the filming was my favorite part i learnt how to do things with the camera.

Heidi: In the morning I enjoyed the experience of the camera work with BBC and all the buttons and cords used in the making of cartoons and all sorts of videos they get to film and observe.

Ellie: My best part was using the camera.

Rosie: I had a brilliant time yesterday when me and Abbie got to interview Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan.

Rocco: I liked learning how to use the camera. And i liked being the director  of the interview

Imogen: My favourite part of the BBC crew was being the presenters with Gregor. It was really fun but overall it was an amazing experience.

Eddie: I enjoyed the morning because I got to learn how to use the camera and interview Chris and Michaela

Linnea:  My favourite part was doing the sound for the Interview.

Finlay: In the morning with bbc it was fun learning how to work all the camera stuff and sound stuff.

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