What’s buzzing from April?

Latest news and updates of what's been happening at The Student View over the last month.

It’s been a whirlwind first quarter here at The Student View, and we’re thrilled to share all the exciting updates with you in our April Newsletter. With a growing team, new campaigns, and ambitious goals, we’re gearing up to blossom even further as we head into the second quarter  of the year. From the launch of our New Creator Fellowship, to upcoming teacher training and workshops, we’re here to keep you informed and engaged every step of the way. Let’s make the most of the upcoming months and continue on our journey of growth and success together!

The New Creator Fellowship programme is live!

After months of dedicated effort, we’re thrilled to announce that the The New Creator Fellowship programme is now underway after our kickoff event at the Financial HQ on April 13th, 2023. This exciting initiative aims to empower the next generation of young talent by providing a NCTJ certificate in journalism and a  platform for them to share their unique perspectives and stories with a wider audience. Learn more about the event as well as hearing thoughts from our fellows in our latest blog. 

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Also, if you’re interested in providing support to our fellows through experiences or mentoring, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.


Level up your teaching with TSV’s new ‘Train-the-Trainer’ programme

Introducing TSV’s first-ever ‘train-the-trainer’ programme, Media Literacy Champions is funded by the European Media and Information Fund (EMIF) and delivered in partnership with esteemed organisations Bellingcat, Demos, and the PSHE Association. 

Join us on a transformative journey to enhance your teaching skills and empower your students with critical media literacy skills. Our carefully designed programme provides a comprehensive understanding of media literacy, equipping you with practical tools to integrate the subject into your curriculum. From distinguishing fake news to identifying reliable information, you’ll be equipped to navigate the digital world with confidence. Don’t miss this opportunity to stay ahead in the ever-evolving media landscape – sign up now and unlock new possibilities for your teaching!

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Join our Media Literacy Champion webinar 

We are running a test webinar of our Media Literacy Champions content  on May 18th. If you are interested in supporting the development of this curriculum and would like to attend the webinar, please reach out to us via emif@thetudentview.org. Your participation and feedback will be invaluable in helping us refine and improve our media literacy curriculum. 

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Calling all passionate journalists! 

Are you a skilled journalist with a passion for education and empowering young minds? TSV is seeking enthusiastic volunteers to join our mission of promoting media literacy in schools. As part of our ‘train-the-trainer’ programme, you’ll play a key role in helping students understand news as both consumers and creators. Your contribution will help shape the next generation of critical thinkers and informed citizens. Visit our recruitment page here for more details.

Get ready to dive into the newsroom experience – book your spot at TSV’s workshops!

Calling all educators and organisations! TSV’s pop-up newsroom workshops are the perfect opportunity to deepen the media literacy and critical thinking skills of young people. Led by experienced journalists, our immersive workshops provide hands-on training in news reporting, storytelling, and multimedia journalism. Through engaging activities and collaborative learning, young people  will develop the skills needed to discern reliable information from fake news, analyse media content critically, and become more informed and responsible digital citizens. Don’t miss out on this invaluable opportunity to empower young minds. 

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That’s all for April – we hope you enjoyed reading our latest newsletter.  As always, stay informed and we look forward to bringing you more exciting updates next month.