Bringing the challenge of making a Podcast into the classroom for students to develop a broad range of skills and be able to share their voice.
An exciting, programme with support from Hear2Listen from start to finish. Students will get the opportunity to learn how to create their very own podcast. Students are provided with
6 weeks of training in order to learn the basic skills required including workshops on;
Tone and Values
Message and Communication
Roles and Responsibilities
Podcast Content and
Editing and Uploading
Option 1 - Full Programme
12 Month Programme - Initial 6 week workshops followed by monthly podcast support sessions for up to 20 students.
Peer Support Programme - After the first year students will have the opportunity to become PodClass Peer Supporters
Full series of podcasts - A series of 10 podcasts will be produced by your students for your school.
Funding Support - Either self funded or Hear2Listen can support with applications for funding bids.
Not only do young people learn the basic skills of producing a podcast they also benefit from developing personal skills during the programme, that are difficult to teach in the classroom. These included but are not limited to;
If you would like to get involved or find out more, please feel free to get in touch with Adam
Workshops on how to start your own podcast for businesses or individuals are also available here
Option 2 - After School Workshops
After School Programme - 6 week workshops after school hours for up to 15 students.
One off podcast - A limited edition podcast will be produced by your students for your school.
Funding - Self funded by parents. £200 per person for all 6 sessions.
Option 3 - Sponsor a Young Person
For any young person sponsored by family member or business.
Social Mixing - Students from all backgrounds can mix and engage in the podcast production together.
After School Programme - 6 week workshops after school hours for up to 15 students at a central location
One off podcast - A limited edition podcast will be produced by young people and published through Hear2Listen.