Your School’s Involvement

Show and Tell is designed to seamlessly fit into your school’s curriculum, we even offer live Cisco Webex feedback sessions to bring ideas to life in the classroom. A completely flexible and accessible programme inviting all students and teachers to join in.

Whether you run the workshops as a GCSE or A-Level creative subject session, an after-school club, a lunchtime activity or a separate PSHE project to highlight World Mental Health Day, we want you to be involved.


Photography Workshop Films

Our four therapeutic photography workshop films are freely available to schools from the 7th September.

With the guidance of professional photographers and therapeutic photography experts, our four workshop films teach the positive link between photography and mental health. Each workshop is accompanied with a task that will encourage the practice of smartphone photography as a mindful technique.

Watch The Workshops


Live Feedback Sessions Powered by Cisco

With thanks to our partner Cisco, we will be hosting live feedback sessions exclusively for schools. These sessions will be led by The Photography Movement founder Steve Wallington, photography wellbeing expert Daniel Regan and other guest photographers.

Providing a chance for students to get expert tips and guidance directly from Show and Tell photographers, their photos and questions can be submitted in advance for review, reflection and discussion via the Cisco Webex event platform.

Two live feedback sessions will be hosted in November 2020.

  • Feedback session 1: Thursday 12th November
  • Feedback session 2: Thursday 26th November 

Please contact for more information.


Show and Tell Exhibition

We encourage all participating schools to invite their students to watch the workshop films, practice their new skills and submit an image to be part of our Show and Tell Exhibition.

Submit Your Photo


Full school information pack is available here 

School Sign Up and Enquiries

“Our students greatly benefited from hearing directly from the testimonies of photographers working within the complex subject of mental health and this really set them free to embark on discovering their own voices and enabled them to realise the value of visualising their own feelings and gave them a platform to voice their own opinions. We were overwhelmed with their submissions that they all created in their own time.”

Marina Nimmo, London School of Excellence Tottenham