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.
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
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
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
We're producing several Higher Education modules and films on subjects such as Religion, Primary Education, Adult Literacy and Business Development.
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:
We've just been asked to produce another block of films for early 2016.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
We are filming a major project on wealth and inequality with people all over Britain
from Scottish landowners to agricultural migrants in East Anglia.
Dominic Sant is producing a six part series on the Geography of India.
with Delhi based director Ritu
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
We're in production on a new three part series in which three 15 year olds
investigate key episodes of protest in British history.
We've been contracted to produce a number of films for a new Open University course on mental health.
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.
Our BBC series 'Just a Few Drinks' has been shortlisted for the 2014 Learning on Screen Awards.
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.
We have four new projects with the Institute of Education, the Alcohol Education Trust,
the Social Care Institute for Excellence and Richmond Council.
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.
We are starting production on a new BBC Learning series on drugs.