‘Whistle Blowing’ was our theme at after school photography club this week… let me explain!

At this week at after school photography club we introduced a new theme we call “Whistle Blowing”. The teacher of the club came armed with a whistle and a list of photographic challenges, and when they blew their whistle they would shout out a challenge and the kids would have to photograph it. This theme was created to challenge the children to think quickly and creatively to take the best photo they can. The challenges included quick tasks like photograph your favourite colour, and slightly larger tasks like photograph your friend jumping in the air. We also pulled on previous weeks themes to keep the information they had learnt fresh in their minds.

They loved being set loads of different tasks and, as always, they took fantastic photos.

Check out their images below- the name of the child and the challenge they were set is written under each image. Enjoy!

Tillingbourne Junior School:

Niamh – “Fill your frame with colour”

Oli – “Photograph your reflection”







St. Pauls Primary School:

Isaac – “Photograph lines”

Nancy – “Photograph the colour yellow”







Holy Trinity Primary School:

Hana – “Photograph using a setting you’ve never used before”

Liam – “Photograph a close up”‘







Bushy Hill Junior School:

Erin – “Photograph a pattern”

Libby – “I am an ant/Perspective”







Boxgrove Primary School:

Dandan – “Photograph Autumn”

Zeph – “Photograph looking up”







Everyone has loved the photographic challenges this week and the photographs the kids have taken are incredible. If you love these photos, you’ll love our Instagram page! We post all our kids & teens photos, as well as little photos & videos of the kids & teens in action. Click here to find our page! If you’re interested in finding out more about our After School Photography Clubs then head to our After School Club page! We also run day workshops in schools, if this is something you would be interested in, head to our School Photography Workshops page!