Nicola Bailey, Literacy Coordinator, Marston Green Junior School, Coventry
About our screenings
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.
Film Education shows a wide range of current and forthcoming film titles in cinemas to students all year round, not just in National Schools Film Week, which are suitable for all ages and all areas of the Curriculum.
There are no upcoming screenings.
National Schools Film Week
National Schools Film Week is the biggest event of its kind in the World with 539,369 school children and 3,124 events in 550 locations throughout the UK!
We programme a range of classic, current and forthcoming films from around the World to address topical issues and, more broadly, the world young people currently inhabit – shown from a variety of different perspectives...
Film Week 2012 ran between 18 - 26 October in England, Wales and N.Ireland and 1 - 9 November in Scotland.
"I think these type of screenings are really good because usually when they (students) go to the cinema they go to see a particular type of film, they don't get exposed to a whole variety and this gives them a chance to see that there is something else out there. "
Miss Sharon Gladstone, Heathcote School, Chingford