What's So Good About the World Anyway?

Photography by Paul Mansfield

86 children took part in What's So Good About the World Anyway and they made 21 films

About: We worked with artist David Parker to present What's so good about the world anyway? A mission for young minds to discover, create and share their answers to life's big questions. Through a three stage interactive journey, small groups of children aged 6-11 made short films based on their thoughts about one of life's great questions. For example 'what makes you who you are?', 'can one person change the world?' and 'what is kindness?'.

Project Story: Based on Sugata Mitra's theory about self organised learning environments What's so good about the world anyway? finds out what children can come up with, using some resources and very little guidance. What's so good about the world anyway was a Hijack outreach project based at Bevendean Primary School. 

Find out more and read our blogs about the project.