Careers in Film Through PSHE

Careers in Film Through PSHE
Careers in Film Through PSHE


All ages


Medium (5-11 activities)


England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales

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 lesson 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. 

 Download this  resource to inspire your pupils and help broaden their understanding of future job roles available to them.  

The short films included in the resource have been licenced by Into Film for educational use only. Please do not share any links, clips, or passwords externally.

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