Setting up and delivering a successful Photography GCSE Curriculum
This is course is for anyone wishing to set up a new or improve an existing GCSE Photography Curriculum.
In this course you get a wealth of information and resources to assist in setting up or improving an existing Photography GCSE curriculum. You will look at the following:
Equip the course – what best to buy, where to buy from
Budgets – what’s ideal and how to run a curriculum on a low budget
ICT requirements – Ideal ICT and how to get by without Photoshop
Darkroom – Benefits of a darkroom, how to create one.
Consumables – what are you likely to use over the year of a photography course.
Curriculum planning – effective SOW’s to suit all budgets and equipment.
Challenges to overcome.
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Your Course Leader
Marc Newton is an Advanced Skills teacher in Photography and has been teaching Art and Photography for over ten years. He is Head of Department and through his teaching techniques he consistently achieves high GCSE results and lessons are graded as Ofsted Outstanding. He is also an award winning professional Photographer working in the London and Essex areas of the UK. Graduating with an honours degree in Fine Art Photography in 2000 his work has ranged from photojournalism to landscapes to portraits and more recently to pinhole photography. He has exhibited much of his art around London and the UK and has had his work published in many national papers and magazines. He is also the founder of www.theschoolofphotography.com
View his website here www.marcnewton.com
Central London - Date: TBC. Please register your interest by completing the 'Reserve a Spot' below.
Cost £275 + VAT: Includes lunch, refreshments, an excellent bank of resources and CPD certificate
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