This film documents summer activities for students at Bootham School, York. The film features students playing sports, searching for fossils on the beach, and large events that include a parent's weekend and an open air theatrical performance.
This film, made by Bootham School in York, documents lessons and activities undertaken by students during an academic year. Activities include maintaining the school grounds, playing sports and a garden party. There are also snippets from classes such as biology, chemistry and wood work.
This film is an extravaganza of footage from the Bootham School archives. As well as Bootham sporting events and celebrations, the film contains footage of York and Scarborough in the late 1920s. The film also includes a short fiction film about a mischievous chap who knocks a man's cap off and is chased (in true slapstick style) through the streets.
This is a film of a boys school, most likely Blenheim Boys School, Leeds partaking of a series of school events during the late 1950s. These events include a rugby match, Christmas celebrations, swimming at Meanwood Baths, table tennis, sports at Temple Newsam, and a trip to Hawes and York.
This film features students from the Blenheim Boys School in Leeds as they take part in rugby matches as well as school outings in the countryside and a sports day.
This is a film by an amateur filmmaker from Selby featuring his son’s school sports day in July 1975, and a visit to Bourton-on-the-water.
This is a film made by Dorothy Langshaw of a trip by the children of Westfield Infants School in York, where Dorothy was a Headmistress, to Flamborough and Flamingo Park in Scarborough, with a soundtrack of children singing and piano music.
This is the first part of a film made by Dorothy Langshaw of a trip by the children of Westfield Infants School in York where Dorothy was the Headmistress. This part is to Flamingo Park in Scarborough.
This is a film made by Dorothy Langshaw of a trip to Bridlington by the children of Westfield Infants School in York, where Dorothy was the Headmistress. It is accompanied by songs, piano music and sound effects, and has illustrated intertitles.
This is a film of a family visit to a steam rally and fair at Eggborough Power Station, and a junior school sports day.
This is a film of a school day at Flaxley Road School in Selby.
This is a film of a school day at Flaxley Road School in Selby and a visit to Capesthorne Hall in Cheshire.
This is a compilation reel of two films made by the Nunthorpe School Photographic Society. The first is a take on the famous Gunpowder Plot, and the second is a humorous look at the day in the life of the school. The Photographic Society used to meet in the cellars of the original house which appears in the first film. The films were made between 1963 and 1965 and were shown to raise money for the School funds. The accompanying music was Vaughan Williams, “March Past of the Kitchen Utensils.”