We have an exciting field trip opportunity to IMAX for students at just $35 a person.
We launched the film on March 21st (World Down Syndrome Day) to Dunross, Maria Regina, Holy Name, Goodwill Industries and Rainbow Rescue and students between the ages of 8 and 16 were in attendance. The response was overwhelmingly positive and they all asked questions for over 45 minutes until the facilitators had no choice but to close. Teachers, parents, psychologists, and art therapists were in attendance and recommended that this film be widely seen.
Apart from it’s positive message and influence it is also good for encouraging creativity and creating discussion in subject areas like Social Studies.
Read on for more information about the film, the charitable programme it is based upon, and details on IMAX’s packages. A booking for any amount of students under 250 is possible as we can mix more than one school.
If this term is not possible it will be ongoing and we can arrange for a date in the future.
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A film that was 2 years in the making, it served as the advocacy component of the SUMMER HEROES programme for 2014 and 2015. The participants of SUMMER HEROES for those years are the speakers in the film, the making of the film itself served as the programme during that time.
The film is now at IMAX for the long term and schools and groups can contact them directly (or us) to schedule a field trip to see it at only $35 a person. Please continue reading for more information.