In Newcastle Upon Tyne

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  • Typology

    Short course

  • Location

    Newcastle upon tyne


Learning Outcomes. Students understand that the way language is used varies according to context. Speaking and Listening, including their ability to formulate, clarify and express their ideas. Acquire compositional skills to develop ideas and communicate meaning to a reader. Adopt roles and communicate with audiences using a range of techniques.
Suitable for: Primary and Secondary Students.




Newcastle Upon Tyne (Tyne and Wear)
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West Road, Fenham, NE4 9LU


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Course programme

Communication skills are fundamental to functioning effectively in work and life. More than this, it opens doors to worlds beyond students’ present experiences, stimulating curiosity and challenging them to think independently and creatively.

Digital Storytelling

Let students experience narration and story telling with the multi-award winning Kar2ouche, allowing students to compose role-plays, storyboards and animations on a variety of subject across the curriculum.

Radiowaves / Podcasting

Newcastle City Learning staff are delighted with the excellent and inspiring stories which are being produced daily by our radio stations within Newcastle schools.

Stop Frame Animation

This Curriculum Day enables students to gain experiences in script writing and storyboarding prior to placing ideas into real life stop-motion animations.

Animated Story

Crazy Talk allows students to see their scripts recited by a digital talking image.


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