Story Builder: Games

Story Builder: Games is a Key Stage 3 resource from our ever-popular suite
Story Builder: Games is a Key Stage 3 resource from our ever-popular suite

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11–16

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National Video Games Day
12 September

Story Builder: Games is a Key Stage 3 resource from our ever-popular suite of ready-to-use pupil-facing Story Builder activity packs. 

Developed in consultation with BAFTA and the Family Gaming Database, the resource supports young people to develop their own game ideas and narratives, which they can then enter into the upcoming BAFTA Young Game Designers competition.

Whatever the subject, you can use Story Builder: Games to apply learners’ knowledge of game narratives and structure to curricular topics and develop cross-curricular literacy skills through a tried and tested framework for students and create stories for a curricular-focused game. Learners will create characters, relevant settings, meaningful stories and more, all based on their research and understanding of their focus area.

Exclusive Northern Ireland offer

If you are based in Northern Ireland, a limited number of free printed Story Builder: Games resources and workshops are available. To request yours, contact us at games@intofilm.org.

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