Welcome to our resources page!
Throughout the years, we have gathered inspiring stories and what we have learnt
from different projects and methodologies and created free resources for you to use.
ESOL & PHOTOGRAPHY
Over lockdown we delivered an online participatory ESOL and photography project in collaboration with Learning Unlimited, a leading expert in teaching English to migrant communities within the UK. We have designed a free toolkit.
Please get in touch:
- if you’re interested in commissioning Picture this! online or face-to-face training for your staff/volunteer team
- if you’d like us to run a Picture this! course for your ESOL learners
- if you’d like to find out more about Picture this!
The Picture This! Exhibition e-book
Every participant received a copy to replace the face-to-face exhibition due to the pandemic. Simply for you to enjoy or use in your classroom.
The Picture This! toolkit
Guidance and resources for ESOL practitioners. Tips, tools, activities and resources to run your own ESOL and photography course or simply to embed in your regular ESOL classes.
SEE THE BIGGER PICTURE
An incredible collection of photographs that have been taken by some amazing visually impaired and people photographers. All shown their individual talent and dedication to capture the world through a camera lens.
LITERACY THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY
After working 4 years in many Reception and Primary classes in Lambeth, South London, we have gathered some easy exercises you can do in the classroom using photography to teach while having fun.
NUMERACY THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY
Learning through photography encourages children to explore their world as they photograph scenes from their daily lives outside of the classroom. We learned maths while doing photography and arts!
GREENWICH INTER-GENERATIONAL PROJET
A compilation of portraits of Greenwich community members from The Children’s Society Intergenerational Cohesion project (2011-14) in the London Borough of Greenwich.
MY LATIN ELEPHANT EXHIBITION DOSSIER
Stories of the Latin American community of the London Latin Quarter explored local regeneration through participatory photography. Latin Elephant co-delivered with Insightshare.