News from our partner Ping Pong

Posted in: News on November 21, 2013

Big Names Join Campaign's Intergenerational Steering Committee"This year, the campaign has been smashing older person stereotypes with free school tool Doc Academy putting documentary learning into the classroom, and encouraging local authorities and care settings to link with local schools.Using Ping Pong screenings as the perfect ice-breaker and volunteer opportunity, by inviting pupils and older person settings to come together for a game of ping pong.To build on this area, we’ve pulled together a special steering group of sector experts.We’re delighted to be working with FILMCLUB, The Beth Johnson Foundation, The Campaign For Learning, GE, London Youth and Youth Sport Trust who are super enthused by the campaign’s work and are keen to take it forward." To read more download the PDF below


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