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Beginner 2 Band Autumn 2016

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Are you between 13-17 years old and want the opportunity to create, record and perform original music?  We are pleased to say Beginner 2 Band (B2B) Autumn 2016 is waiting to hear from you.  This will give you an opportunity to work with professional tutors to produce and perform your original music.  The sessions will vary from week nights or Saturdays depending what suit you best.  To register follow the link and complete the online form.  Not forgetting to select which group you would like to attend.


Landhead Primary home of the Superhero!!

A big thank you to the students of Landhead Primary Ballymoney for their enthusiasm and hard work during the recent Animation and Music workshops facilitated by the AmmA Centre. The students worked on garageband on the iPad to complete an original piece of music and a scripted voiceover to use alongside their animated characters. You can watch their behind the scenes video showing the students completing their animation here. The class were so enthusiastic we even had time to create a creepy Halloween movie. A huge thank you to all the students involved and the staff for their enthusiasm and hospitality (and the best roast chicken dinner ever!!). We hope to see you all again very soon.

B2B is Back!


Are you between 13-17 years old and want the opportunity to write and record original music?  We are pleased to say Beginner 2 Band (B2B) 2014 will be up and running very shortly.  This year we are hosting B2B in 3 areas.  Armagh, Craigavon and Kilkeel.  This will give you an opportuntiy to work with professional tutors to produce your original music.  The session will run over 3 days, 2 days writing and rehearsing and day 3 in the AmmA centre studio (travel will be provided for Craigavon and Kilkeel groups).  

St Patricks College Dungannon TV

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Big thanks to the staff and students in St Patricks College Dungannon for all their hard work during the filming of their healthy eating show and science show.  Using iPads the students scripted and filmed a live 3 camera broadcast using collabrocam.  See them hard at rehearsals here.  After the rehearsals it was down to the nerve wrecking prospect of performing live in front of the cameras.  You can see the final results of the “Healthy Eating Show” here and the conclusions of the science experiments here.

STEM Truck rolls into Drumglass High School

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The STEM education truck rolled into Drumglass High School last Thursday were students from local school Bush primary climbed aboard for a fun filled day.  Lead by Kelly from the STEM team the students began foraging around the school grounds for various plant and animal life.