Tag: 'schools'

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  • Skills gap – meeting with the Schools Minister

    Posted by on July 8, 2014

    BIMA attended a round table with the Rt Hon David Laws MP, Minister of State for Schools, on Monday to discuss the skills gap and raise our views on how Government can help tackle the issue. The discussion covered a lot of ground with our 3 key points being: 1.    Careers advice: our research shows
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  • BIMA DDay Winners 2013

    Posted by on February 27, 2014

    It is with great pleasure to announce that our Grand Prix winners for DDay 2013 are… Jessica Akinbodunshe, Morayo Shittu, Lauren Moore, Ella Hollis, Victoria Hinch, Leyla Elsey, Harriet Cramphorn, Ibu Ajanaku, Diana Boodram, Sophie Cohen and Victoria Olusegun for their Social Media entry entitled BLOWOUT. All Grand Prix winning students are from Townley Grammar
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  • Kate goes back to school for BIMA D’Day

    Posted by on October 17, 2013

    Last Thursday I went back to school to take part in BIMA’s Digital Day. This was the second time I’ve taken part in the scheme and it definitely won’t be the last, although I do have a new found respect for teachers.

  • Join us for the 2011 BIMA Schools Digital Challenge on July 5th at Channel 4

    Posted by on June 28, 2011

    BIMA is pioneering an innovative approach to bridging the gap between schools and the digital media industry. The key focus of this fresh – and essential – initiative is the BIMA Schools Digital Challenge. This annual competition is held in partnership with key industry organisations, including our main partner, Channel 4. How the BIMA Schools
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  • BIMA Announces Winners of Schools Digital Challenge

    Posted by on July 9, 2010

    London, 9th July 2010: The British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) announced the winners of the Schools Digital Challenge 2010 at an awards ceremony at Channel 4 studios on Thursday 8th July.  The three winning schools, Baxter College, Kidderminster, Djanogly City Academy, Nottingham and Homewood School & Sixth Form Centre, Tenterden, Kent, were selected from the
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  • Announcing the BIMA Schools Digital Challenge finalists for 2009

    Posted by on May 12, 2009

    Earlier in the year we announced our BIMA Schools Digital Challenge 2009 initiative, designed for teams of 13-18 year old students to come up with a ‘Digital’ solution that provides a practical benefit for their community. We left the brief broad to give the students plenty of scope for imagination, with the key objective to
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  • BIMA Schools Digital Challenge 2009 – it’s the future you know!

    Posted by on April 5, 2009

    I wrote a piece for Contagious Magazine some weeks ago that focused on Digital Innovation and Future Talent and the benefits to engaging young and discerning audiences. This was inspired primarily by the initiative we are currently running at BIMA which has been creatively branded BIMA Schools Digital Challenge 2009 – don’t mock now –
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  • Graduate recruitment

    Posted by on October 29, 2008

    There’s a lot of talk at the moment about skills recalibration. I’m intrigued to know how BIMA membership and this blog’s readership feel about the graduates of today. Are we getting the skills we need out of the curriculum? (For example, how many of you can spell the word curriculum without the benefit of spellchecking
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  • BIMA – Inspiring Future Talent

    Posted by on July 31, 2008

    The Real Digital Media Challenge – read how the British Interactive Media Association is ‘Inspiring Future Talent’ in the youth sector

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