Careers Behind the Camera

No Time to Die
No Time to Die

Ages

11–16

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

Inspired by the production trainees who worked on the 25th Bond film No Time To Die, our Careers Behind the Camera resource is a PSHE and careers-focused framework that can be used as a standalone assembly or delivered as three separate lessons. Created in partnership with Universal Pictures UK and ScreenSkills, the resource contains materials to advance attainment in maths, science and literacy in students aged 12-18. The resource will also help young people to improve their understanding of the different roles within the film industry, and to discover how their current and future academic studies can support them in pursuing such roles as a career.

Starring Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux, and Rami Malek, No Time To Die is another action-fuelled instalment in the long-running James Bond series. In Careers Behind the Camera, students will hear directly from production trainees who contributed to the making of the film. Classroom posters, an online quiz, lesson plans and film clips will support student learning and reinforce the fundamental skills required to work in film production.

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This Resource Supports

  • Careers
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science

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