The Edit: Be the change, shape it

With a focus on low-income areas, The Edit will reach and inspire the next generation of media talent by breaking down the industry’s barriers to entry and bridging the digital skills gap, while offering an insight into what a career in the media might look like.

Building on the success of Sky Academy Studios in Livingston and London, we have moved swiftly to ensure young people across the country are still able to access and enjoy our unique experience from the classroom.

Register to take part

Sky and Adobe join forces to empower young learners

Climate change is redefining our world.  Will you sit back and watch it happen?

Introducing The Edit – brought to you by Adobe and Sky, who have joined forces to inspire young people to take part in a digital storytelling challenge.

Your students will create a short report to be featured on a Sky News Channel, using Sky footage and Adobe editing tools.

They will learn about the different roles involved in the whole production process, receiving tips from Sky experts while developing key media literacy skills.


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

The Challenge

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

With free access to exclusive sky footage and Adobe’s video editing tools your student will have everything they need to communicate their idea to #GoZero


Creative tools for the Classroom

This programme gives your students access to industry leading creative software that will help them become digital storytellers.

Primary schools will have access to Adobe Spark and Secondary schools can use either Adobe Spark or Premier Rush so your students can practise their video creating and editing skills. 

We’ve created a series of Adobe skill up tutorials to provide some extra support.


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. 

These will give you an overview of the edit programme and resources and answer any digital skills or adobe product advice questions