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As featured on BBC London News!

Capturing the history of our schools and preserving them for generations to come, through the eyes of the children themselves.

Supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the Through Our Eyes Heritage Project has been created by end2end TV CIC who will be managing it in partnership with Bexley Council Archives, Bexley Music and Hall Place & Gardens, Bexley.

 

The project will work with four local schools and run from May 2023 – December 2024. Young people will plan and film documentaries about their schools' histories from WWII to the present day; collecting stories and investigating the impact of entrance examinations by interviewing alumni.

 

Digital outcomes will be exhibited in The Stables Gallery at Hall Place & Gardens between 17th February - 18th March 2024, before going on tour!

 

Heritage meets innovation in this ground breaking project, where young people discover and create history simultaneously! Find out more here.

*The Through Our Eyes Heritage Project is not responsible for the content of external sites. Content may contain adverts.

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Burnt Oak Junior School's behind the scenes Year 6 (Summer 2023), documentary making in action! Young people engaging with heritage; becoming historians and filmmakers simultaneously.

 

"We enjoyed seeing the newspapers and using the microfilm at Bexley Archives. Being in different TV Production roles allowed us to really work well as a team. We're bringing heritage to life 'through our eyes'."

 

With thanks to Vital Thread.

Hurstmere School Reflections

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GET IN TOUCH

Through Our Eyes Heritage Project c/o end2end TV CIC

Tel 07402 703597

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