This year’s subject is PASSION, and students from five secondary schools are going to provide the basis for a verbal narrative and use a cell phone camera to shape a series of images of passionate intensity. This is neither image as illustration nor text explaining images; the work of the group will accumulate, giving rise to a third creative stage. This project exactly matches the issues in image education today and is based on the principle of interdisciplinarity. It has a dual aim: to develop a critical eye via contact with photographs and interactive professional guidance that emphasises experimentation; and to enrich students’ imaginations and open up new creative perspectives in everyday life via the use of that most familiar of tools, the cell phone. The programme will comprise five work sessions coordinated by a photographer and a publisher, in parallel with writing overseen by the teachers. After completion of the work sessions, the overall results will be turned into a booklet; each student will be given 10 copies to give out as he or she pleases. The participating classes will meet on 9 May at the Perdiguier secondary school, so that students can get to know each other and receive their booklets.