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18/11/15

Disability

Ever since the Paralympics stormed the world in 2012, there has
been a rise of interest in how the physically disabled live their lives
on a daily basis. A new documentary aired by the BBC aims to
explore the physically disabled within educational institutions
(uncover what its really like to be physically disabled within
educational institutions)Produced by Bronte Sullivan, Humzah
Hussain and Sehrish Jabeen, This documentary was produced to
investigates if educational institutions wholly provide for the
physically disabled, by focusing on one institution in particular; The
Sixth Form College Solihull. The documentary makers talked to a
series of experts within the sixth form itself; such as the disability
support officer Caroline Sweeney, the principle Paul Ashdown and
Rebecca (She's not an expert) a student with a visual impairment
who started the college recently. More on Rebecca as she is the
main focus - what does she add to the documentary. .Students of
the college were also interviewed to gauge an understanding of
disability awareness around the college and give the audience a
more informed opinion. Narrated by the voice of the charismatic
Bronte Sullivan ( too short, eg. The documentary is nicely rounded
with the charismatic narration of Bronte Sullivan.) With razor-sharp
editing and camera assistance from (Humzah and Sehrish.) - Already
said they produced it, don't need All footage was filmed within the
premises of the sixth form in various locations such as the principles
office and inside the main lobby of the art block building.

18/11/15

Disability

Statistical information from the open government license being the


main source of factual figures are shown within the intro of the
documentary,