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National Schools film Week - England, Wales & Northern Ireland 15-23 October 2009 Scotland: 2-6 November 2009 - Free Films for School kids

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Please email your kids school/ inform them not just available in cities - small towns as well - loads of locations some great films for the kids Primary & Secondary ** see the drop down on site f… Read More
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Please email your kids school/ inform them
not just available in cities - small towns as well - loads of locations
some great films for the kids
Primary & Secondary
**
see the drop down on site for locations and films
my local schools were unaware of this last year - so go for it
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Welcome to National Schools Film Week!
The world's largest festival for cinema & young people

This years dates are:
England, Wales & Northern Ireland 15-23 October 2009
Scotland: 2-6 November 2009

National Schools Film Week (NSFW) provides teachers and their students the opportunity to see a wide range of films at local cinemas entirely free-of-charge. This year is the 14th annual festival and promises to bring you even more films in even more locations than ever before. From major urban centres to small towns, NSFW extends education into local cinemas, giving teachers the opportunity to use the power of film to cover many different subjects.

The festival is available to any school. Every year we are able to take more groups to the cinema. After a record attendance of 410,000 last year, we hope to achieve 450,000 in 2009.

We welcome bookings of all sizes. Some schools will bring an entire Year group or Key Stage while others attend on a class-by-class basis. We do not limit places to any number of students or schools to any number of bookings. As long as there is space in the cinema, you are welcome!

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#1
[FONT="Book Antiqua"][COLOR="Navy"]THANKS HOLLY, BRILLIANT FIND DAUGHTERS SCHOOL WILL APPRECIATE THIS :thumbsup:[/COLOR][/FONT]
#2
cant apply but will pass info on.
nice one, holly - voted hot.
#3
Great deal Holly,just emailed my kids school,hopefully they'll give it a go. thanks
H+R Added
#4
I have taken groups of kids several times to this. Always good films.
#5
hot footing it to school right now... going to be late if I dont get a move on. thank you Holly they will be pleased. :-D
#6
thanks very much for this, will inform my little brothers school when I go to pick him up
#7
good find. I have 3 children in school and have emailed all 3 schools as would be a great couple of hours out of the classroom!
#8
:w00t:

contacted my childs school and they were very pleased.

thanks
#9
Cheer's, the school I work in will defo have some of this.

HEAT n REP
#10
Not being silly or anything... but how will schools get the OK to send students to see films for the afternoon? Don't they have to be tied into the curriculum some how? Otherwise, the schools' obligations won't allow them to take the pupils out....? Or am I missing something?

I suppose if you've got drama, but then you'd take them to a theatre show...

And like film production.... but that's in secondary...

and ICT? but again, that's probably secondary also...

Any teachers or senior staff at a school have any idea?
#11
"National Schools Film Week (NSFW)" Hmm, bit of a fail on the ol' initials...
#12
EthanRunt
"National Schools Film Week (NSFW)" Hmm, bit of a fail on the ol' initials...


:-D I thought the same thing, nervous clicking on the link at first with being at work :w00t:
#13
thank you have emailed onto my kids school brilliant :p:p
#14
moe922
Not being silly or anything... but how will schools get the OK to send students to see films for the afternoon? Don't they have to be tied into the curriculum some how? Otherwise, the schools' obligations won't allow them to take the pupils out....? Or am I missing something?

I suppose if you've got drama, but then you'd take them to a theatre show...

And like film production.... but that's in secondary...

and ICT? but again, that's probably secondary also...

Any teachers or senior staff at a school have any idea?


The films showing in my area could easily be linked into the National Curriculum. For example, Boy in the Blue Stripped Pyjamas - PSHE, RE or History.

Fab find thanks OP.
#15
Am I missing something or is this only in London:thinking:
#16
Am I missing something or is this only in London

I thought that too but when you go to book it asks you what area and then bring up all the available options. There were loads in birmingham!
Thanks a lot i have emailed my school and really hope they use this!

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