Education resources

We have a selection of teaching packs, guides and resources specifically for primary and secondary teaching.

Online resources

  • Screenonline teaching resources

    Screenonline teaching resources

    Resources for primary and secondary school teachers, and informal learners.

  • BFI Screenonline

    BFI Screenonline

    Our online encyclopaedia of British film and television featuring hundreds of hours of film and television clips from the vast collections of the BFI National Archive.

  • Sci-fi in the classroom

    Sci-fi in the classroom

    Time travel through film history, with our top ten must-see titles for young people.

  • Gothic in the classroom

    Gothic in the classroom

    We present 13 specially selected gothic films to see by the age of 13.

Useful links

  • Animagine

    Detailed advice on how to use our DVD in the classroom.

  • Film Education

    With sponsorship from the film industry, Film Education encourages schools to use film and cinemas.

  • Into Film

    Into Film is a film education charity that puts film at the heart of the educational and personal development of children and young people aged 5-19 across the UK.

  • Creative Skillset

    The Sector Skills Council for the Audio Visual Industries (broadcast, film, radio, video, interactive media and photo imaging).

  • Media Education Association

    A professional association for people who work in media education.

  • The National Media Museum

    A great resource of photography, film and television for education and greater understanding.

  • British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFVC)

    Access to knowledge and resources covering moving image and sound for further and higher education and research. The BUFVC offers an excellent research gateway to major collections, often by subject area, for colleges and universities. You can search and find footage via your local higher education institution.

  • The English & Media Centre

    Media education courses and training for English and Media Studies teachers, covering theory and practical production.

  • Cinemagic

    Entertaining and inspiring ways for young people to understand film, television and related media and technologies.

  • AMES: the Association for Media Education in Scotland

    A grassroots organisation of teachers to promote media education and support media teachers nationwide.

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