Headroom - Empower your creative community

Allowing pupils to publish their creative work in their own jam studio is at the core of edujam and allows children control over their own personal creative space. 

In addition to this schools have requested that special Jam studios can be set up for activities involving groups of pupils. 

 

eg School eco-committees and School Council’s

A Jam studio can be created for a school committee or working group to share details of its aims, the goings on at its meetings and  the work it has carried out.  For example the ‘Eco Committee’ or ‘School Council’ meetings could be reported on by a pupil using the roving reporter kit to record snippits of the meeting or interviews with key committee members.  Updates on any projects or work carried out by such committees could be posted using video or still photographs.  Providing a unique pupil perspective of the hard work of groups that would normally be difficult to share with the majority of pupils. Or what about a news team to report on an exciting event in the school calendar such as sports day?  Perhaps roving reporters could be given free reign to report with photos, vidoes and interviews with competitors and spectators alike. 

An example of this in use with a school radio team can be accessed via the link below

http://www.edujam.org/secure/publicview_school_stage.php?SchoolID=clunbury

School and Group performances

Alternatively the whole school could share in the behind the scenes excitement of the school play, orchestra, music groups and enjoy the reactions and responses long after the event. A lovely example of this from Longsands School can be heard here

http://www.edujam.org/secure/publicview_school_stage.php?SchoolID=longsands

Extending audience for group work

If you would like, for example, all of your eco-committee activities to automatically update on your own school website , this can be enabled. Imagine the thrill your pupils will get from having their work published to a wider audience.

If you would like to create any specific Jam studios for your school, simply email andyp@edujam.org and we can set these up for you. 

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