Film Education provides award-winning teaching resources, teacher training and cinema based events which support the use of film within the curriculum.
Since 1985 we have been producing unique, curriculum-relevant film-based learning experiences at no or nominal cost to teachers.
Film Education also takes nearly half a million school children to the cinema free of charge every year, with events that include the world's biggest screening programme for young people, National Schools Film Week.
We hope you enjoy our resources.
Our free resources cover a wide range of curriculum areas and include film clips, Teachers' Notes and a range of activities.
We run a series of free events and screenings for school groups at local cinemas across the UK, including National Schools Film Week.
Press clippings, updates and links to articles on our wide range of activities.
We would like to say a big thank you to all of the thousands of teachers that have worked with us.
Film Education regrets to announce that it will be closing on the 26th of April 2013.
Winners of Young Film Critic 2012, have written fantastic reviews of films featured in the First Light Awards 2013.
Thinking Film, Thinking History nominated for Learning on Screen Awards 2013