Story Lab

Story Lab

Story Lab is a multi-disciplinary arts project where children have the opportunity to create their own films or music videos. It encourages collaboration, confidence, speaking and listening and writing skills. Children also engage with behind the scenes aspects of the film process including set design and prop making.

Learning Areas:
Storytelling, art and design, music, literacy, speaking and listening.

Target Groups:
Schools, Children’s Centres, Nurseries,  Families, Community Groups, Festivals and Events.

Target age:
Early years, KS1, KS2

What we do

Story Lab uses animation and green screen technology to explore learning and creativity with children in schools or as part of a family learning project. We explore digital literacy with children from 0-11 years of age, whilst still keeping a hands-on element of making, art, design, and storytelling. 

 Longer-term projects have been developed in schools linking closely with literacy and curriculum topics and funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. We have also developed themed Green Screen Pop-Up events, which have taken place at festivals, and events. 

“Written, performed and illustrated by the kids, they loved it.  Characters were shared so every child played a part, as well as drawing the scenes and helping to write and film. ”
Parent – Year 1 Peter Pan project

Peter Pan3
Peter Pan fights Captain Hook
Green Screen at Winterville Festival
Story Lab project Woodlands Park Nursery