City No 3 Breakfast workshops

  • Liam Tootill
  • Dirujan Sabesan

As part of the Lord Mayor's City No 3 Breakfast programme I delivered a series of workshops for COLAT students to build resources to help SEND students to have a safer and more enhanced online experience. These assets (poster, video and app prototype) were presented at the #futuredotnow launch at Mansion House.

Hosted at the Trampery Old Street hub for creative start-ups and entrepreneurs, Founders of the Future’s Liam Tootill ran a two-day workshop with five Sixth Form students who attended the Lord Mayor’s City No. 3 Breakfast. The aim of the workshops was for the students to develop an app, a poster, and a video to assist SEND children in staying safe online.

The workshops also benefitted from a visit by Founder and CEO of The Trampery Charles Armstrong and Philip Glanville, the Mayor of Hackney, who observed the workshop and offered students the chance to present their initial ideas. The workshops required the young people to work intensively in a small team to communicate and collaborate throughout the design process, from researching the target audience and brainstorming some of the issues affecting vulnerable young people online. Feedback from the students has been extremely positive and they will be presenting their work at the next City No.3 Breakfast in October to the Lord Mayor. It is also intended for the students to host a stall at the launch of on10/10 and talk to their work and the fusion skills processes they used to quickly achieve their outcomes.

This case study links to our work on Digital Creativity.

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