Kids today, eh? They don’t know they’re bally-well born, do they? Whereas we had to make do with a dowdy media studies teacher wittering on about The chuffing Piano for weeks, a buncha young promoters, filmmakers and news gatherers have been schmoozing with their local MP.
The OneFourSeven Group was visited by Plymouth Sutton MP Linda Gilroy at Plymouth’s Prince Rock Primary School. She was shown a movie charting the combo’s progress towards making an exhibition of art and sound, called
What the hell is the OneFourSeven Group though? Well, the collective was formed by 14 pupils from seven Plymouth primary schools (all part of the Excellence in Cities Satellite Cluster) and a little help from arts and education group Creative Partnerships.
The seven schools involved are Prince Rock, West Park, Woodfield, Ford, Plym View, Highfield and South Trelawny.
Gilroy told The Herald: “The group has had an abundance of ideas to-date, and I am sure that the skills they have learned while working on the project will prove really useful to them in the future.”
Yeah, fanks for that Gillo. Bet your boundless enthusiasm was proper inspiring to ver kids. Puh!
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