Last year, on International Women's Day, boomsatsuma collaborated with Campus Skate Parks to run a Girls Only Skate Session. The session saw women and girls of all ages, from complete beginners to those more advanced, visit The Pool and skate together in a safe, supportive environment.
What do you get when you cross Bristol's most innovative Post-16 education provider with the largest TV and Film facility in the West of England? This is a big one.boomsatsuma are incredibly excited to announce that, in 2018 we are partnering with The Bottle Yard Studios to launch our exciting, brand new Media Production Diploma that will be delivered in a living and breathing TV and Film facility.
‘When They Go Low’ is a play that follows young students as they navigate through a world of online bullying, sexism, body shaming, peer pressure, parental pressures and the intersectionality of modern feminism.
Ewan spent a week with boomsatsuma for work experience in 2014, but that was just the beginning. Since then he's taken his 11-year-old self's hobby, turned it into a passion and helped to communicate the emotions of his own and those around him through his new film, LEGACY.
The brand new Bristol Sport Media programme is a brand new offer at Post-16. Developed in partnership between boomsatsuma education and Bristol City Community Trust, the course brings together two of the regions most successful independent training providers at the Bristol Sport stadium in Ashton Gate.
In September 2018, our full-time Professional Acting Diploma will begin at Pegasus Theatre in Oxford. "Young people aged 16 can, for the first time, really experience what acting training is all about and get a head start learning their craft” - Charlie Cox, Daredevil and Course Patron
At age 14, Sam Fear was cutting Banksy stencils as part of his GCSE art lessons. Today, he's proud to be practising his craft and finding his unique style. Read about Sam's latest project producing an ident and how he brought his own personal passion to his course.