Parkhill TV

You can find the rest of our episodes at our Parkhill TV Vimeo Channel.

Previous Episodes 2015

PHTV 2015 #24 7 December 2015
PHTV 2015 #21
9 November 2015
PHTV 2015 #20
4 November 2015
PHTV 2015 #19
26 October 2015
PHTV 2015 #18
19 October 2015
PHTV 2015 #17
12 October 2015
PHTV 2015 #16
5 October 2015
PHTV 2015 #15
14 September 2015
PHTV 2015 #14
7 September 2015
PHTV 2015 #13 24 August 2015
PHTV 2015 #12
17 August 2015
PHTV 2015 #11
10 August 2015
PHTV 2015 #10
3 August 2015
PHTV 2015 #9 27 July 2015
PHTV 2015 #8 20 July 2015
PHTV 2015 #7 13 July 2015
PHTV 2015 #6 22 June 2015
PHTV 2015 #5 15 June 2015
PHTV 2015 #4 1 June 2015
PHTV 2015 #3 25 May 2015
PHTV 2015 #2 18 May 2015
PHTV 2015 #1 Special

Previous Episodes 2014

PHTV DOCO Environment Inquiry December 2014
PHTV Clip Show 2014
 December 2014
PHTV Episode 25 8 December 2014
PHTV Episode 24 1 December 2014
PHTV Episode 23
 17 November 2014
PHTV Episode 22
 10 November 2014
PHTV Episode 21 27 October 2014
PHTV Episode 20
 20 October 2014
PHTV Episode 19
 13 October 2014
PHTV Episode 18
 6 October 2014
PHTV Episode 17
 15 September 2014
PHTV Episode 16
 8 September 2014
PHTV Episode 15 1 September 2014
PHTV Episode 14 25 August 2014
PHTV Episode 13 18 August 2014
PHTV Episode 12 11 August 2014
PHTV Episode 11 28 July 2014
PHTV Episode 10 21 July 2014
PHTV Episode 9 14 July 2014
PHTV Episode 8 23 June 2014
PHTV Episode 7 16 June 2014
PHTV Episode 6 2 June 2014
PHTV Episode 5 26 May 2014
PHTV Episode 4 19 May 2014
PHTV Episode 3 12 May 2014
PHTV Episode 2 5 May 2014
PHTV Episode 1 22 April 2014

Parkhill TV …. LIVE!

 

Parkhill Primary School has launched an exciting new opportunity for our students with the establishment of a “fully operational” digital television news broadcasting studio onsite. Parkhill TV …. LIVE!

 

This facility allows students to produce a weekly “current affairs” type program that is shown throughout the school via the interactive whiteboards in the classrooms. Students use their already solid multimedia and literacy skills to work on a “real” and “live” television set, further growing and developing their confidence in public speaking.

 

Students in Grades 5 and 6 have the opportunity to fulfil many exciting roles each week.

Starting with being a:

    • director

 

    • producer

 

    • film crew

 

    • editor

 

    • journalist

 

    • roaming reporter

 

    • sports reporter

 

    • researcher

 

    • an analyst

 

    • copywriter

 

    • news reader

 

    • weather presenter

 

    • and many many more.

Students learn:

    • to work in teams

 

    • presentation skills

 

    • production strategies

 

    • editing skills

 

    • new programs on iPads

 

    • creative writing skills

 

    • filming techniques

 

    • claymation / animation

 

    • to create storyboards

 

    • voice overs

 

    • about iMovies

Students have the opportunity to interview local school personalities, their footy team, their parents, teachers and more. Students develop and create advertisements, opening and closing graphics, titles and marketing materials. We invite all students, staff and families to get involved. Encourage your child to become the next international news anchor person or great journalist or television show host. Who knows, the next Eddie McGuire or Tracey Grimshaw is waiting to emerge at Parkhill Primary School!

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