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[Nature Classes and Field Trips]
Forming part of the Astor School collection, this amateur film features pupils and teachers from the Astor School, Dover. The pupils are accompanied by teachers on a field trip to Hythe Bay where they are seen exploring flora and fauna in different locations. The children return to a classroom and create displays with what they have found.
|Date||1968; 1969; 1970; 1972||ID||1649|
A compilation of films made at Claygate Primary School to record their annual May Festival celebrations. Each year the May Queen and her 'court' in fancy dress are filmed as they make their way to the Queen's throne on the school sports field. Entertainment in the form of dancing and athletic demonstrations are performed by fellow pupils as parents and teachers look on.
This amateur film records various stages in the construction of a new building for Claygate County Primary Junior Mixed School. The building work resulted from an increase in pupil numbers during the 1960s.
Forming part of the Astor School collection, this amateur film features school boys taking part in physical education classes. The film is intended to give the viewer a genuine insight into physical education at the school and the opportunities available to the pupils. The film includes a range of sports and is accompanied with a commentary throughout.
[Rushes and News Items: Classes and Leisure; New Home for Pestalozzi Village; London Line Programme; TWIB Programme]
|Date||[1970 - 1972]||ID||5782|
A compilation of films about the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe, East Sussex. These films include news items from television programmes London Line and This Week in Britain. Each item features scenes from life at the village and some include interviews with Pestalozzi staff.
[School Project: Boats]
Form 1 boys at Burwood Park School for the Deaf in Walton-on-Thames design, build and test boats on the lake they have built from balsa wood in 1971. Much of the film is constituted of close-up footage of the boys' hands as they work through each stage of the project.
[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.
Bantams at Burwood
Boys in Form 3 at Burwood Park School for the Deaf design and build a chicken house and run for a school project, filmed by two pupils at the school, Stephen Gibson and Keith Excell, in May 1972. Soundtrack for this film is currently unavailable.
[Treffpunkt; Pestalozzi School]
|Date||11 November 1972||ID||5781|
A compilation of silent scenes featuring the daily activities of the children at the Pestalozzi village at Sedlescombe. The children perform native dances, build a bonfire, help with construction work and take part in classroom activities.
This silent amateur film records everyday life in and around Tower Hamlets, one of the twenty-one electoral wards which forms the district of Dover.
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.
[Opening of the Claygate School Swimming Pool]
|Date||14 June 1975||ID||1652|
The official opening of Claygate school swimming pool is captured in this short amateur film. The mayor is in attendance as the plaque is unveiled next to the outdoor pool; speeches are made and the children are seen taking part in a swimming competition; awards are presented.
21 [Headmaster's Departure after 21 Years]
A film made by pupils of Burwood Park School for the Deaf on the occasion of its headmaster's retirement in 1976. Mr. Wood had held his position since the school opened in 1955. Footage includes exterior views of the building and grounds, sports matches and school photographs, and interior views of the art rooms, science labs and dorm rooms, where pupils live and work.
This amateur film records teenage girls from the Astor Secondary Modern School in Dover being taught various aspects of childcare.
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