FROM OUR CEO
A warm welcome to BOA Stage & Screen Production and thank you for taking the time to visit our website.
BOA Stage & Screen Production is a brand-new, industry-led 16-19 academy, specialising in Film, TV, Online and Theatre Production.
Located near Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, the academy will open to Year 12 students in September 2021. It will provide an industry-led approach to developing the skills and experience of young people who are passionate about working in the technical, production, administrative and management roles associated with the stage and screen industry. BOA Stage & Screen Production will attract students from across a range of backgrounds and academic abilities who are able to demonstrate passion, enthusiasm and aptitude in their chosen pathway.
We pride ourselves on giving talented young people an exceptional education as well as exciting opportunities to gain on-the-ground industry experience. It’s never been more important to invest in the next generation of creative talent and our curriculum is carefully designed to develop the talent, passion and potential of every student.
We work in close collaboration with our creative and industry partners to design, develop and deliver specialist programmes of study. Through partnerships with leading organisations, we provide students with access to high-quality teaching and invaluable real-world experience - equipping young people with transferable skills and providing a stepping stone into work, apprenticeships or higher education.
Outstanding vocational training with unrivalled industry support will be placed at the very heart of the academy. Our approach to teaching and work experience opportunities with our creative industry partners will offer a unique learning experience.
I hope that you will choose to join us at BOA Stage & Screen Production and take your first step towards a new and rewarding future. I look forward to meeting you and supporting you on this exciting journey.
Chief Executive Officer
BOA Stage & Screen Production aims to address the skills shortage in the UK's creative sector, which is growing five times faster than the national economy, and employs more than three million people