Medical Needs Teaching Service

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Budding film makers at Grafton Learning Centre04 Mar 2016Budding film makers at Grafton Learning CentreA film called ‘Tim and Tom Play Jenga’ made by Grafton Learning Centre students has been shortlisted in the Key Stage 3 & 4 category of the Leeds Young Filmmakers Golden Owl Awards 2016. 
The shortlisting jury especially liked the incorporation of the silent movie format into the story.
Staff and pupils involved in making the film have been invited to the award ceremony in March, where winners will be announced.
Staff and pupils also entered a film called ‘Return of the Chickens’ which unfortunately wasn’t nominated.

We wish them well with their nomination.

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