10 – 12am, Saturday 12th November 2016
Venue: Rose Hill Community Centre, Carole’s Way, Rose Hill, Oxford OX4 4HF
The youth clubs in Rose Hill regularly use sports as a way of engaging with the kids, they are good for socializing, keeping fit and developing skills. Rose Hill offers two week-day youth clubs as well as a Saturday Youth Club.
Children are a massive part of the community and the youth clubs recognize this, nurturing the kids, encouraging them, building their confidence and utilizing any skills they may have or want to explore.
Through this workshop, we will explore how film can be used to visually highlight how community youth groups encourage good health and well-being through activity and sports programmes available to any child in regenerated areas like Rose Hill. You will have a chance to film the club, the sports, interview leaders, the children and parents to show this relationship at play.
We hope to demonstrate through film how such clubs are a vital part of the culture and existence of not only the Rose Hill community, but wider communities like Blackbird Leys and how sports play a role in this unity.
Please email publichealthfilmsociety@gmail.
The workshop is a collaboration between Oxford Brookes University, Oxford City Council, Youth Ambition, The Rose Hill Junior Youth Club and the Public Health Film Society.