LEGO Stop Motion Animation | Halton Lea Library, Runcorn | Halton Short Breaks
This session is part of our Halton Short Breaks project. These sessions are funded specifically for young people in Halton with disabilities.
Before signing up for this course you will need to be registered for our short breaks. Please click here to find out more details and apply.
Participants will discover the techniques and tools required to bring LEGO characters to life and create their own short films. Your finished movie will be published on YouTube so you can watch it at home and share with friends and family.
What you’ll learn:
– How to make the best set, and how it affects your Stop Motion.
– How to animate using LEGO pieces.
– Basic post production skills; including editing, adding titles and sound design
Who can get involved?
We are looking for young people from Halton aged 8-17 who have special educational needs.
When is the session?
The session is Thursday 24th February and will run from 10am until 12pm
Where will the sessions take place?
We are running this project at Halton Lea Library (Runcorn).
Equipment you’ll need:
Mako Create will bring all of the equipment needed to participate in this session, but you are more than welcome to bring your own LEGO pieces to star in your movie. Just remember to take them home with you!
We will be practising social distancing and where not medically exempt, will be requesting that facial coverings are worn by all children aged 11 and over. This is to protect your young person and our staff.
How do I sign up?
Mako, Carers & Short Breaks
The Breaks for Carers of Disabled Children Regulations was implemented in April 2011 to ensure Local Authorities would properly offer, and advertise, respite opportunities for those caring for a disabled individual.
We understand that families of disabled children want to lead ordinary lives. Like many of us, they want to provide the best care and opportunities for their children to feel safe, and to be healthy and happy. To help families achieve this Short Breaks have created the “Halton Children, Young People and Families Plan” (a.k.a CYPFP) which has three main goals:
1) Early Intervention, to ensure families get the right support at the right time.
2) Achievement and Ambition, to help young people get the right education or training so they can succeed in life.
3) Healthy & Safe, to keep young people feeling safe in their home, school, and community.