This good quality film is a document of Aysgarth School's sporting year in 1953. Located in North Yorkshire, Aysgarth School is one of the leading prep schools in the UK. The film features well-shot footage of the sporting events throughout the year including cricket, rugby, and football. Also included are some of the boys' leisure time actives during the winter.
This film features the Silsden Modern School followed by family days out in the Yorkshire Dales.
This film follows a group of boys and girls on a week-long camping trip to Langdale, North Yorkshire. The film contains footage of the camp set up, the preparation of their meals and the hiking trips on which the children went. This film was used in The Way We Were in 2004.
This is a film of Archbishop Holgate Grammar School performing Exodus as part the 1969 York Mystery play, made by the University of California, Berkeley.
This film is part of the Mount School collection and contains footage from a variety of events and dates that was taken from a BBC documentary on Margaret Drabble 1951-56.
Part of the Shucksmithl Collection, this film features a sports day which took place at the Mount School as well as scenes of a wedding reception and family day out at the seaside.
The film is part of the Mount School collection and is an account of the work of The Mount School during the year 1977, the last year of the headship of Joyce Pickard. There are shots of the classes, activities and sports carried out by the students, as well as a drama production and the summer sports day.
This film documents different aspects of school life at Arch Bishop Holgate School, many of which take place outside of the classroom. The film shows both the serious, and not so serious, school activities such as making models, participating in sporting events, and sliding on ice.
The film documents a typical school camping trip and a school pantomime performance of Aladdin by students of Archbishop Holgate School, York.
This reel is comprised of three films documenting part of the Mystery Plays play performed in York, a car trip across the North Yorkshire Moors, and a family trip to France.
This film documents a group of boys from Arch Bishop Holgate School in York, and a sporting trip to Ireland.
This film documents the involvement of the boys from Arch Bishop Holgate School in the York Festival of 1956. There is also a segment that shows York station in the ‘50s and a school trip to France and Switzerland.
Filmed by Rev. Underwood, this film features events in the North Yorkshire village of Carleton-in-Craven. The film includes the school nativity play, events at the church, and a school sports day.
This film, made by Rev. Underwood, features different events which took place in the early 1970s in Carleton, North Yorkshire. Events include the closing of the Co-op as well as Christmas and Easter celebrations.
This film documents Carleton school and the children who attend. While the older children go on holiday, the younger ones stay behind and participate in gymnastics. Also, on the school open day, the children's artwork is on display for all to see.
Made by Rev. Underwood, this film documents the annual nativity play at the local school in Carleton-in-Craven, a small village in North Yorkshire.
Made by Rev. Underwood, this film documents the annual nativity play at a local school in Carleton-in-Craven, 1974.
This film documents a Sunday school trip from Bradford to the seaside and has been shot in a combination of colour and black and white film stock.
This is a film of a group of youths from Trinity and All Saints C.A.M. Colleges at the Bewerley Outdoor Pursuit Centre. They take part in various activities; including kayaking, rock climbing, caving, dancing, sledging, skiing and outdoor swimming.
This is a film of a group of youths at the Bewerley Outdoor Pursuit Centre. They take part in various activities at a lake, in the mountains and at the sea; including, rock climbing, kayaking, sailing and caving.
This film is part of the Nowell collection and was made by amateur filmmaker Fred Brackenbury. This film captures a group of young men who are on a camping trip.
This film documents a garden party at the Mount School in York, North Yorkshire. The filmmaker captures the guests - representatives from Bootham and the Mount schools - mingling, having tea and watching tennis; although there is no actual footage of tennis matches.
This film documents the activities laid on by Bootham School, York, during June of 1936. The festivities include a play performed by Bootham students, speeches from notable members of the community - the archbishop of York - acrobatic displays in the indoor pool and the opening of a new wing.
This film documents activities that students from Bootham School, York, took part in over the academic year. The activities range from metal work to Archaeology, and all thoroughly well captured by the filmmaker.
The film documents a day in the life of a boarding student at Bootham School, York. Featuring views of the students living quarters at Penn House, former residence of Joseph Rowntree, the filmmaker captures the students' morning routine, through to lessons and finishing with leisure time, which included excursions into the city centre.