Every year students spend 1 million hours at St Peter’s Woodlands School (SPW). Recently, a team of willing student volunteers captured their experience in three minutes.
The volunteers were mounted with go-pros and set free to capture their day, freely recording their lessons, teachers and fellow students.
“We nurture our students to be happy, knowledgeable and creative young people, so it was very natural to give our students the opportunity to tell the story of the school themselves,” said Christopher Prance, SPW Principal.
“When you see the video, it’s really clear the students had a great time making it and sharing their experiences of learning and interacting with their peers.”
SPW is a leading provider of early learning and primary education, located in Glenelg.