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Primary school events

Continuing Professional Development

Available from Sept 2017 - July 2018
BFI Southbank or on school site

Continuing Professional Development

This event is intended for teachers and students only.

Three modules offered for teachers to enhance their teaching practice. Our CPD modules can be booked by individual teachers, groups or for whole school INSET. CPD can be offered at BFI Southbank or, where appropriate, on your school site.

Using Short Films in the Primary Classroom

This module focuses on how short films can provide an inclusive framework for classroom discussion around literacy, PSHE issues and wider curriculum topics. Teachers will gain an insight into how the moving image can enhance teaching and help pupils demonstrate literacy skills in a creative and progressive learning environment.

Film as an MFL Teaching Tool

In this module, teachers will learn how to use short films to enhance their MFL teaching. Pupils will be engaged in learning new vocabulary, uses of grammar and be immersed in the cultural nuances of place, maximising pupils’ enjoyment and engagement with language in a new dimension.

Exploring Film in the Creative Curriculum

As the Creative Curriculum grows across schools, why not embed your pupils’ learning in the world of film? This module enhances teaching through a framework and moving image teaching tools in each curriculum area.

Please email schools@bfi.org.uk for CPD prices and availability.

  • ‘Inspirational and informative training- one of the best I have attended!’

    ‘Lots of great practical ideas with very close links to relevant teaching points. An excellent range of films explored with a clear structure of how to use the films in the classroom’

    ‘It was practical, useful and interesting. I have really enjoyed it and will take lots of ideas away to use in my teaching’


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