Insight into journalism is an opportunity for secondary school teachers and college tutors to spend a day at the Guardian and find out how a national news media organisation works
In the morning you will meet Guardian journalists and learn about the 24 hour news cycle; talk to news reporters, feature writers, picture and sub editors; understand the role of newspaper advertising, as well as go on a tour of the editorial floors. In the afternoon you will take part in a hands on workshop where you will create a newspaper front page using that days news and then have your work evaluated by an editor.
This seminar is for Secondary school teachers and college tutors who want to
find out more about journalism
gain an insight into how a national news organisation works
get practical experience and skills in constructing the news
gain ideas, tips and resources that can be used in the classroom
Demand for this event is expected to be high and places are limited.
The seminar costs £60 plus VAT (£72.00) which includes lunch and resources.
To book download the booking form and return to
Guardian News & Media
Kings Place, 90 York Way
London, N1 9GU