King Harold School young people come to Ultralab for Final Cut Pro video editing masterclass

On the 26th of January 2006 eight creative learners from King Harold School worked in Ultralab at Anglia Ruskin University with researchers Hal MacLean and Matthew Eaves to further their skills with Final Cut Pro, a computer application to create and edit visual material.

The young people at King Harold School work closely with the Ultralab on projects using technology for creative purpose, recently supporting Ultralab at the BETT education show in London this January providing the young people to work on the stand and demonstrate new technologies and how they could be applied in classroom teaching.
The objective of the training day was to begin the process of learning how to manipulate the footage to create visually appealing programmes suitable for television. King Harold School is an innovative school which is always looking for new ways to broaden learning opportunities for it students to enable, include and encourage work on real world projects and innovations prior to employment.
Ultralab works with many schools nationwide, promoting how technology can be used to creative purpose in the classroom, Ultralab is working closely with the school to develop new ways of working together in a pilot which will see young people move involved in project based learning while exploring the potential of a future at University.
Some images from the event:

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