Careers in Film Through PSHE

Careers in Film Through PSHE
Careers in Film Through PSHE

Ages

All ages

Duration

Medium (5-11 activities)

Nation

England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

Managing Conflict: Essential Life Skills Through Production Coordination

 

Through film extracts and role-play activities, this interactive PSHE session engages pupils with the themes of managing conflict and maintaining healthy relationships. It also introduces pupils to the film industry role of a Production Coordinator. As well as developing essential life skills, learners also have the opportunity to practise their proofreading: skills integral to the work of a Production Coordinator.

 

This session is aimed for pupils aged 7-14 and designed for flexible delivery in a variety of contexts: in subject-specific lessons, specific careers lessons, or during a film club. 

 

Watch the careers video below and download the free resource to inspire your pupils and help broaden their understanding of future job roles available to them.  

 

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CAREERS IN FILM THROUGH PSHE

Role play activities to manage conflict and maintain healthy relationships.

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A glance into the work of a Production Coordinator and how the skills used
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Production Coordinating through PSHE

A glance into the work of a Production Coordinator linked to PSHE.

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PSHE Education

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