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The Big Screening 2014

  Over four hundred pupils from nineteen schools visited the National Media Museum this week to see their films on the huge, silver screen at the Pictureville Cinema. Each school watched two of their own films and a selection from … Continue reading

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Over a Hundred Pupil Media Literacy Leaders Trained

    In the last two weeks in January we embarked on our Pupil Media Literacy Leaders training. The idea of this is to train pupils to take an active role training fellow pupils and adults in making film in … Continue reading

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Year two is up and running!

On the 20th of September eight teachers who became Media Literacy leaders last year were joined by our latest cohort of twenty one new teachers to begin the second year of our project. We were joined by Mark Reid from … Continue reading

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Screening Pupils’ Films at the National Media Museum.

On Friday over three hundred children attended the Pictureville Cinema at the National Media Museum. We were treated to films from all of the schools who took part in our Media Literacy Project this year. The event was a great … Continue reading

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Pupils Qualifying as Media Literacy Leaders

Today we have been working with Greengates and St. Oswald’s Primary schools, training some children to become Media Literacy Leaders. ┬áThe aim was to train a small number of children to take the lead back in class when it came … Continue reading

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Previously …

The initial training for teachers and consultants was led by Mark Reid from the British Film Institute (BFI) and took place in the Autumn term 2010. BFI resources were largely used for this initial input. As well as viewing and … Continue reading

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