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India and the Victorians || Whitehouse Primary School

Once upon a time, not so very long ago in a primary school in deepest North Tyneside, a classroom of children took a day...

Ladders Enterprise Support || Working with Newcastle Startup Week

The Enterprise Support sessions are a series of workshops and individual 1-2-1’s designed to take a business idea from concept to creation, whether looking...

Ladders Film & TV || Part 2

The next Ladders event for those focusing on Film & TV was on the 14th March. The group went around creative offices based in...

Ladders Film & TV || Part 1

The first ladders session in Sunderland Uni Media Centre commenced with meeting mentor Chloe Rodham and previous Ladders alumni, now Northumbria University associate-lecturer, Paul...

Ladders Case Studies || Peter & Sisley – Fandangle Films

When we first piloted the Ladders programme in Newcastle, we were amazed to see so much talent take interest in exploring the Music, Software...

Ladders Enterprise Support || Importance of Creativity, Confidence and Collaborations

The Enterprise Support package is a series of workshops and individual 1-2-1’s designed to take a business idea and help explore and understand entrepreneurial...

Ladders: Developing Their Projects…

On the 15th November the Ladders students began to embark on their own individual projects, after weeks of learning about their respective fields, Film/TV,...

Protected: When Spooky Stories came to Marden Bridge Middle School

This quote, from Shakespeare's Macbeth, is apt for several reasons. "So fair and foul a day I have not seen.", William Shakespeare, Macbeth. To start with,...

Ladders Film & TV: Tours Part 2 – “We’re all Storytellers”

After hurrying out of the BBC Tour, Tuesday 10th October, following the last minute rush of taking selfies next to the T.A.R.D.I.S and getting...

Ladders Film & TV: The Sessions

The sessions for Ladders Film & TV began at Sunderland University – impressively they have recently jumped 30 places from 2016 to 2017 in the Guardian rankings. As...