the run-up to the film premiere at Borderlines Film Festival on 11th
March, Chewing The Cud from our sister organisation, has received lots
of attention from the press including BBC Midlands Today, BBC Radio 4,
Midweek and BBC Hereford and Worcester Radio. Check our blog for more
FEATURED PROJECT: JUXTALEARN: Learning science & computing through juxtaposition performance in video-making.
Catcher Media have been invited as experts in using participatory video techniques in educational settings to be involved as the sole SME in JuxtaLearn, an exciting three year pan-European project which has just entered it's second year. Find out more.
We are delighted to announce that EasySRE has been shortlisted for The UK Sexual Health Awards 2014 (Pamela Sheridan Award)
recognise outstanding people, projects, services, campaigns and media in
sexual health. Winners will be announced at a glittering awards dinner
and ceremony in central London on Friday 14 March. Fingers crossed.
“We’re thrilled that we’ve been short listed. www.easySRE.net is the result of years of hard partnership work that has enabled teaching staff, health professionals and youth workers to be able to easily access and deliver innovative locally produced, quality SRE resources to young people in Walsall and beyond."
Carol Williams Walsall Teenage Pregnancy Team, Operational Lead
Parents talk to teenagers about sex and relationships.
EasySRE gets bigger & better - 2 more films!
Catcher Media launches a sister company: Catcher Media Social CIC.
Old Hereford Livestock market celebrated. NEW WEB EPISODES
Climate Change school resources and citizen activism.
"It's not a party!" SRE drama for older teens.
Building resilience in disadvantaged young people to close the gap in schools.
Hereford Utd football club get a media-makeover care of Lugwardine primary school and ourselves.
Working with the Ministry of Justice to help prisoners create videos.
Walsall parenting programmes support families.
and last but not least,
An early assembly edit of our year-long filming with Orchard Origins project with volunteers from Herefordshire Mind