Our summer enrichment programme will give you plenty of opportunities for you to do something fun and communal ahead of September.
This summer programme aims to be as inclusive as possible with either low or zero cost options, and many ways in which you can get involved and take part in something outside and physical, and/or something online, taking advantage of the technology we already have available
The summer enrichment programme will run for six weeks from week 20 July. You don’t have to take part in everything. You can choose just to do the gardening project, or the online events. It’s up to you. See below for more details on the four areas on offer.
If you are interested in taking part, please contact Hannah.email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you.
Growing Resilience Gardening Project – with Tayshan Hayden-Smith, a founding Director of Grow2Know
Learn about the transformative power of gardening on your health and wellbeing. The space you will work in is based around our Grenfell Tower memorial cherry tree, and you will learn new skills whilst contributing to the development of the ground into a space you can enjoy and be proud of as a Morley Student.
Smartphone Photography Class
You will learn a variety of photographic skills and techniques using the camera and some free apps on your smartphone.
Practice shot size and scale, composition, the rule of thirds, perspective, use of colour and basic editing. If some of those words don’t mean much to you then that’s fine! This course will show you how to take your photos to the next level and share them with each other on our Insta.
Film & Documentary Club
We will watch some freely available films together, consider various aspects of their story, characters or locations and then share our thoughts.
With each film discussion points will be suggested, and you can send in a short video review for the Insta feed or put it in writing onto the course page.
This class will give you some simple and healthy recipes each week to try and make and they will be student focused – using mainly readily available and cheap to buy ingredients.
A range of recipes will be suggested to cover different dietary requirements and you can share photos of your final creations!