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[Bognor Regis Tour]
An amateur film produced by students of the Bognor Regis College of Education. The film shows a busy and vibrant town bustling with holiday makers and day trippers on a hot summers day. Apart from the opening scenes, the film is shot in the grounds of Hotham Park and on the seafront.
[Seaside; School; Swimming Pool]
Children learn to swim in an outdoor pool in footage produced by students at Bognor Regis College of Education under the guidance of Head of Technology John Jones.
[Doodles; Geometrical Shapes]
A film made by Lesley and Jue, students at Bognor Regis College of Education, where John Jones taught as Head of Technology. In animated sequences, circles and triangles move and turn, creating patterns for the camera.
Students at Bognor Regis College of Education perform a choreographed dance in the grounds of the college, produced in 1974 by fellow students under the guidance of John Jones as Head of Technology.
The Tramp: Lonely Race Towards an Early Grave
A silent fiction film performed and shot by students at Bognor Regis College of Education in 1974, who were supervised by John Jones, Head of Technology between 1969 and 1978. A tramp walks from his sleeping place on the platform of Bognor station, through Hotham Park to the sea, where he meets his early grave.
Young men in typical 1970s garb are filmed practicing golf swings, with and then without golf balls, individually and as a group, by fellow students at Bognor Regis College of Education. The film was produced in 1974 under the guidance of John Jones as Head of Technology.
The Commandants Office
This satirical film was made by students at the Bognor Regis College of Education. The film attempts to portray the college as a Nazi prisoner of war camp and shows a prospective students' encounter with students and an overzealous teacher.
Learning for Earning
An educational film produced by the ‘National Savings Committee’, promoting the use of school banks as a method for learning money management skills.
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