School Pupils Films To Receive Special Screening at Wales Millennium Centre

Four brand new, short films made by pupils from four schools in South Wales will be screened at an event in Wales Millennium Centre on Wednesday 20th November. Digital education company Aspire 2Be were commissioned in 2018 to create a short film promoting The Centre’s ground-breaking Creative Learning programme, for a project called WMC Direction 2020 iBroadcast. Since then, 25 pupils aged 12-15 filmed and edited four short films, developing their personal, broadcast and digital skills.

Those films will be shown for the first time at an exclusive event at the Centre. Each school focuses on a different branch of the Creative Learning programme:

  • Ysgol Plasmawr – Radio Platfform

  • Llanishen High Autism Base – Performance Platfform and Sing Proud Cymru

  • Cardiff West Community High School – Rawffest

  • Porth Community High School – Together Stronger

Teachers and parents, Creative Learning staff and representatives from Aspire 2Be will attend the special event. The pupils will present their films and answer questions from invited guests.

The Direction 2020 iBroadcast Education project has been a collaboration between the Centre, Aspire 2Be and Sean Holley Media.