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Long (12 plus activities)
England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
World Intellectual Property Day
We have partnered with the Industry Trust for Intellectual Property Awareness and the Intellectual Property Office for the second year, to produce this resource for primary pupils. Intellectual property (IP) supports creativity, innovation, and has an important role to play in both the UK economy, and the creative industries. That is why we're committed to ensuring children and young people are fully aware of exactly what IP is, why it's important, and how it links to children's own creativity and filmmaking. This resource introduces key ideas of intellectual property and copyright, enabling learners to explore concepts of creativity and ownership in relation to film. By becoming creators themselves and exploring the different roles involved in making a film, the activities encourage children to understand and respect intellectual property and want to preserve it in the future. The activities included in the resource can be used in sequence, or chosen according to the needs of your class and the equipment you have available.
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