In the Frame: How to use Film in the Classroom




Thursday 9 November 2017, 10.30 – 17.00

CarriageWorks Theatre, 3 Millennium Square, Leeds LS2 3AD


In the Frame is a day designed for primary and secondary teachers based in Yorkshire interested in using film effectively in the classroom, delivered by Reel Solutions and IVE.

The day will provide the opportunity to hear from experts in the field, confirmed speakers include Jim Parker from Aardman Animations – one of Aardman’s senior model makers, who has worked on many of their Animations including the Shaun the Sheep Movie and Chicken Run. Jim will be introducing Aardman’s ambassador scheme and explaining how your school can get involved.

Into Film will be running some of their CPD sessions aimed at teachers and providing an overview of their work and future plans. 

There will be the opportunity to hear from IVE (formerly known as CapeUK) to learn more about the Arts Award scheme and how engaging pupils in film-based activities can both improve pupils’ literacy attainment and help them achieve an Arts Award.

We are thrilled to be joined on the day by Mike Tait, from the Discovery Film Festival in Dundee, Tim Bleazard, Bradford Council Curriculum Innovation Consultant, and Rad Miller, founder of award-winning youth media production company Pocket Projects.

We will also be launching a new Yorkshire Film Educators Network supported by IVE.

Come join us, be inspired, learn new skills and hear about all the opportunities using film in school can provide. 

Tickets £20 incl. refreshments.

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