Literacy is a key skill that all young people will develop during the course of their education, be it through traditional English studies, or in developing similarly important skills like science and computer literacy. We're firm believers that film can be used as an aid for furthering engagement and understanding in all areas of the curriculum, but lends itself particularly well to the development of students' literacy.
Our findings show that film club leaders say that using our resources has helped to improve pupils' literacy skills by 73%.
Your Film Club, Your Way: Literacy
This resource is for leaders who want to improve literacy attainment in their club sessions.
Literacy through film: Miss Todd
This resource explores how stories are told in film through the short film Miss Todd.
National Literacy Framework
Welsh National Literacy Framework resources/ Ffilm a’r Fframwaith Llythrennedd Cenedlaethol
Film Literacy Activities
This pack contains film literacy worksheets to use with any film in your club with members aged 7 to 14.
Raising Literacy Through Film Level 1
Participants are introduced to tools and techniques to help learners improve literacy through film.
Short Films for Primary
A range of short films suitable for primary ages which are available on the Into Film catalogue.
No. of films15
News and Views
What I learned from Media Literacy Training09 May 2016
Hear from three teachers who took part in our 12 month Media Literacy Project pilot in Wales.
Reading time 2 mins