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Film Club

Welcome to Film Club.


At Film Club we talk about films, we make films and we explore how they make us feel and what they make us think about issues. There are lots of exciting films coming up this term.


Don't forget to register at using the code: CC38389S


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We are really excited about giving you the chance to earn all 6 badges this term for your work with Film Club.

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Film Club Journal



Your Film Club Journal is packed full of information, fun facts, challenges and puzzles. Every film you watch gives you to the chance to work towards earning the badges. 


Every film in the Autumn Term schedule is included and we cannot wait to see what you produce. 



Film Club of the Year

Anson Primary School was voted Film Club of the Year at the Into Film Awards, 2015. This is the video that explains how the club works.

Film Club is an extension to the school day with a strong focus on how we can learn through film. The club must be pre-registered so we can order the correct number of books. 


If you want your child to come along there are a few things to consider. 



1. Parents must decide whether a film is appropriate for their child. The school screens films that have a certificate of U or PG. It is up to parents to decide if they are happy with the content of each film. 


2. Children MUST NOT bring their own food to Film Club. There will be a range of healthy snacks on offer at the club. All snacks and drinks will cost 50p.


3. Children must be picked up at 5.30pm. If you are late collecting your children on three occasions your child's place at the club will be withdrawn. 


4. As a parent you will actively encourage your child to write reviews of the films they have seen. Sometimes this will happen in the club itself. All reviews will be written on the Into Film website. 

Into Film Awards: Teacher of The Year

Nicholas Pinnock presents the Into Film Award for Teacher of The Year to Mr Pile in 2016.

Children can write their reviews on paper or by visiting the Into Film website: