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Where in the World? wins the 2017 Children’s Programme of the Year award, as voted by VL&V.

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We are producing films in India and Scotland for Environmental Geography students.

The Open University

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We are producing a film for ‘My Life’ about a 13 year old sheep farmer in South Wales.

CBBC

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We have just completed a series of films for secondary students about controversial questions in Geography.

BBC Teach

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We have just completed a series of films to be shown in Primary School Assemblies.

BBC Teach

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We have produced a National Lottery funded documentary marking the 70th Anniversary of the National Health Service. Click here to see the film online.

Manchester University

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We are producing observational films in Scotland, Wales and England supporting teachers and teaching assistants.

Open University

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We are producing a series of training films about water in Sudan.

UNICEF

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We are engaged in a two year project following further education colleges in East London as they build links with local employers.

Institute of Education/JP Morgan

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We are producing several films looking at issues such as the impact of forest fires in Greece, for undergraduate geographers.

Open University

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Our recent series Hunting for History, for BBC Teach, and
Geography Revision, for BBC Bitesize, are now live.

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Our international series on the lives of children in eight different countries, 'Where in the World', is being transmitted on CBeebies, and available on BBC iPlayer. Click here to see the series online.

CBeebies

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WINTER 2016



We're just beginning work on a BBC History series presented by Sam Caslin looking at the role of sources in our understanding of History

BBC Bitesize

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We're filming in Vietnam, India, Peru and Canada on the latest legs of our pre-school series looking at the everyday lives of children around the world

Cbeebies/BBC TV

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SPRING 2016


In July we begin filming a 20 part documentary series looking at the lives of young children in Rwanda, Peru, Canada, Russia, Vietnam, Jordan, Italy and India.

Cbeebies/BBC TV

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We're producing several Higher Education modules and films on subjects such as Religion, Primary Education, Adult Literacy and Business Development.

Open University

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We've just delivered four series to BBC Bitesize on GCSE Geography, GCSE History, KS3 Art and English Functional Skills. Here are links to some examples:

Art: Mohammed, Graffiti Artist
Migration: Indentured Labour
Geography: Maps


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WINTER 2015


We're producing a series of films about innovative contemporary artists, designed to inspire 11-14 year olds to study art.

BBC Learning

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We're making a series of films for the Institute of Education which demonstrates how the FE sector is forming successful
partnerships with employers.

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AUTUMN 2015

We've just won two new commissions from BBC Learning, both aimed at GCSE humanities students.

We're producing a series of films on Migration to and from the UK working with the writer and presenter David Olusoga.

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We're also producing 13 innovative films using drone photography and
hand-drawn animation to illustrate geographical skills and concepts
for GCSE Geography.

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We've just completed a series of films highlighting how new technology is being integrated into the FE sector as part of a new Futurelearn MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). See:

www.futurelearn.com/courses/blended-learning-getting-started

We've just been asked to produce another block of films for early 2016.

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SUMMER 2015


We have just won a British Council contract to produce a series of films about Shakespeare and his plays, working with directors and actors from around the world.
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SPRING 2015

We’ve just delivered the last of 300 films for the TESS-India project, an online toolkit for improving the pedagogy of Indian teachers. The project is funded by UK Aid – in partnership with the Indian Government, the British Council and the Open University.

To see a video about the project visit
www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9j8y4mGFyIQLvH-PvkghA/featured

To view all the films visit
www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9j8y4mGFyIQLvH-PvkghA/playlists



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Our series Exploration India has just been transmitted on BBC2.

To see the films visit:
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05p2vmp
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Evans Woolfe are part of a Further Education consortium, which includes the Institute of Education and FutureLearn, that’s just won a major contract to produce a new teaching MOOC. We go into production in June.
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We've just completed two more projects for BBC Learning - an iWonder timeline charting the history of post-war housing and an interactive Maths web site for 11 to 14 year olds, with partners Fish in a Bottle, for which we’ve produced over 190 comedy films.

BBC iWonder
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We’re working on a series of new films on mental health for the Open University’s Health and Social Care faculty, looking at the difficulties of re-entering the workplace and the role of mental health advocates.

Open University
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AUTUMN 2014

We've recieved a BAFTA nomination for our series Exploring the Past - Post War Britain. Congratulations to producer Dominic Sant, director Rhonda Evans and editor Nick Price.

To see the films visit: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01n694r
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We are filming a major project on wealth and inequality with people all over Britain from Scottish landowners to agricultural migrants in East Anglia.

Open University

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Dominic Sant is producing a six part series on the Geography of India. with Delhi based director Ritu Bhardwaj.

BBC Learning

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We're halfway through a massive project, producing more than 300 films to help train public school teachers in India. Next stop Assam, Orissa and West Bengal.

TESS-India/DfID
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SUMMER 2014



We're in production on a new three part series in which three 15 year olds investigate key episodes of protest in British history.

BBC Learning

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We've been contracted to produce a number of films for a new Open University course on mental health.

Open University
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SPRING 2014



We are co-organising a debate on inequality in English education at the Royal Society of Arts in London. Key speakers include Pasi Sahlberg and Peter Mortimore.


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Our BBC series 'Just a Few Drinks' has been shortlisted for the 2014 Learning on Screen Awards.



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We've won two new Open University commissions to produce films for a third year Social Sciences course about wealth, poverty and social inequality and an introductory course for Health and Social Care.

Open University
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We have four new projects with the Institute of Education, the Alcohol Education Trust, the Social Care Institute for Excellence and Richmond Council.


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We are beginning phase three of our project with the Indian Government, to produce over 300 films for Tess-India, and are about to start work in Karnataka, and West Bengal.

TESS-India/DfID


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We are starting production on a new BBC Learning series on drugs.

BBC Learning


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