The Edit: Be the change, shape it

It’s all in The Edit. How we shape stories can change the world. We want young people to share their vision, with the tools to build a better future.

In year one of The Edit the topic of climate change was covered, reaching 646 schools during the most difficult year teachers and students have faced in modern history. From those taking part, 45% of schools were in low-income areas with 14% in some of the most deprived areas in the country.

Primary school pupils from Eagley Junior School in Bolton and secondary school pupils from St Margaret’s Academy were announced as the first ever winners of The Edit for their creative news story encouraging others to #GoZero as part of Sky’s ambition to be net zero carbon by 2030. The winning students saw their news reports broadcast on Sky News’ FYI programme last weekend.

Register to take part


Lockdown Masterclass with Angellica Bell

83% of young people say their mental health has been affected by COVID*, give them the opportunity to express themselves and find their voice through this digital creative storytelling challenge

There is still time to take part in The Edit, a unique opportunity for budding reporters to learn more about climate change and use their digital storytelling skills to take action.

Our new lockdown masterclass will give access to quick start guidance and bite size resources for students, and tips and tricks for educators

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Free curriculum-aligned lesson plans, tutorials and development sessions make it easy to get started. No editing experience required.
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Get help and support every step of the way by experts who’ll give you the lowdown on all you need to know. 
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Win a trip to our Sky Academy Studios in Livingston or Osterley, Adobe Creative Cloud licenses for your school and a screening of the winning films on a Sky channel.

The Challenge

Got an internet connection and a device? You’ve got everything you need to participate – Adobe Spark is free and accessible on all devices, even a phone or iPad!

We want your students to create a short video news report raising awareness of climate change issues in their community.

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Creative tools for both at home and in the classroom

Our lockdown masterclass gives you and your students access to:

  • video toolkit to take you and your learners from start to finish
  • quick-start guidance and bite size resources for students
  • tips and tricks for educators

You can set this project remotely, unlocking opportunities for young people during lockdown to become digital storytellers

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Helping you empower your students

To help you make the most of this programme for your students and further develop your digital literacy skills, we’re offering a series of live enablement sessions, supporting you to deliver The Edit at home or in the classroom.

These will give you an overview of The Edit programme and resources and answer any digital skills or adobe product advice questions.

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