BET welcomes Lambda Films in exciting new video project for Trust


In June, Bohunt School in Liphook and Bohunt School Wokingham welcomed LAMBDA Films, a film company specialising in video production, animation and promotional films for education.

In alignment with a Trust website redesign project, and since modern technology accelerates faster than the flip of an iPad screen, Bohunt School and BET are in line for a video each, which showcase the ethos of Bohunt in a way that appeals to potential teaching staff, parents or schools looking to join the Trust.

From the props to the people, both schools began the task of diligently selecting students and locations around the school that would showcase the ‘best of Bohunt’.

Students from Yr 7 – 11 were involved in the shoot and worked hard to demonstrate the activities and subjects that BET is so pleased to offer. ‘Game-changing’ representatives from football to dance had the chance to experience life behind the camera – with the reality of waiting and repetition included.

Two full days were dedicated to filming: on the first morning, on one of the wettest weeks of the year at Bohunt School, we were pleased to see that the sun was shining – albeit briefly!

The filming for the Bohunt School film took place over the course of the day, and even included an impressive ‘staged’ school assembly with 65 students who kindly gave up their lunch hour just to be filmed!

Some students enjoyed seeing how ‘behind the scenes’ of film and video production works, with one of Bohunt’s Sixth Formers, James, also helping out during some of the shoot – a great introduction to the world of work in the media.

A culmination of projects has now coincided with the creation of these new films, which will shortly be ready to be used for Open Events, school fundraising or on the new school websites and one that we can be proud to present to the Trust in the future.

Our thanks to all from Lambda, our site staff at Liphook and Wokingham and especially our wonderful students, who of course have been the ‘stars of the show’.