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ChemMedia . Young people demonstrate how chemistry is applied on a local regeneration site Students, in Workshop format, designed a multimedia website, assisted by a local media company, to produce a science orientated careers film for prospective Sixth form students

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chemmedia
ChemMedia
  • Young people demonstrate how chemistry is applied on a local regeneration site
  • Students, in Workshop format, designed a multimedia website, assisted by a local media company, to produce a science orientated careers film for prospective Sixth form students
  • Can be used to inform KS5 study options and to generate enthusiasm at KS4 for the sciences and associated careers
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ChemMedia

Stratford City is the largest mixed-use regeneration project in the UK to date. Yet, many teenagers are not aware of how professional scientists are involved with this development on a day-to-day basis.

This resource aims to inspire young people to consider the opportunities to use their scientific education in a professional context using a wide range of employability skills.

Working in a team environment where imagination can flourish and using high-quality film-cameras and digital video editing software, young people created short films on a website which convey the exciting careers that teenagers can consider within Chemistry.

The project culminated in a film-screening of their work which is now a valuable resource to inform potential sixth form science students.

The project was developed in GCSE Double Science and has several cross-curricular links.

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