Creative Passports

The Creative Passports Project was run by Matt Rowe and Charlotte Firmin and took place at Highview Special School, Folkestone. The workshops included students, from years ten and six.

The project was a response to the extremely open Connect Festival brief, prompting us the Creative Practitioner to ask, how can we instigate a new system of communication with in the school?

The project involved each student developing a cultural passport that celebrated, recorded and communicated their achievements both socially and creatively.
Being a special school Highview has a broad range of abilities both physically and emotionally.

From the outset the Creative Passports project aimed to encompass all students becoming a catalyst to stimulate self confidence and Emotional-literacy.

Though a frame work of practical sessions and group discussion, students defined them selves as an individual with in the year group as thy transferred in to primary or secondary education.

Parameters for the design, content and production of the document were presented by creative practitioners but remained flexible, stimulating student led enquiry.

The resulting documents were a big hit and were used to gain access to the social festivities, after first been allowed though cake passport control!

sample passport

sample passport

customizing the passports

 

 

 

 

 

FACE CAKES!  

Masks  

photo station  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Creative Passports portrait

portrait

portrait

portrait

portrait

cake passport control   

cake passport control   

 

cake passport control

PARTY TIME!