Your Film Club, Your Way: SEN/ASN
This resource is to support leaders who run an ASN/SEN club.
We understand that not all clubs are alike, and that every student or club member has different educational needs and requirements. As such, we always try to ensure that we also cater for SEN clubs and for those with special educational needs and disabilities.
Film can be an effective tool for helping those with SEN to better understand, not only curriculum-linked and academic topics, but also the wider world around them. Reviewing films, whether in writing, orally or even through pictures and symbols, is often cited by leaders as a particularly strong means of engaging SEN members and developing confidence in sharing their thoughts and feelings. Our collection of SEN-focused resources and related content below can help you to ensure that the power of film reaches all young people, regardless of ability or requirement.
SEN is one of the customised club focuses that's part of our Your Club, Your Way pilot. While anyone can make use of the content below, if you're running an SEN focused club, or are curious to know more about the notion of customised clubs, then please visit our Your Club, Your Way page or contact your Programme Coordinator.
A set of cards to use with a giant pocket dice to support analysis of film using the 3Cs and 3Ss.
A set of Widgit Communication Symbols for use in an SEN/ASN setting.
This guide will help you to support students and staff – before, during and after the Festival, in special educational needs settings.
A guide for Into Film Club members to work with the classic animated feature A Cat in Paris.
A film guide that looks at Trolls (2016), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
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Into Film Festival screenings and resources also include those designed specifically for young people with SEND, to help ensure a great experience for all.
Reading time 3 mins
Made by a group of autistic young people from Wales, this film sees them appealing for greater understanding of the challenges they face every day at school.
Viewing time 10 mins
Three teachers of students with learning difficulties show us how they've used review writing to great effect in their work.
Reading time 4 mins
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