We offer training sessions to enable your pupils and staff engage with 21st century digital literacy, encouraging exceptional literacy progress in the classroom. Workshops might explore writer’s techniques, collaborative editing and simple filming and editing techniques to create unforgettable learning experiences.

LitFilmFest projects bring opportunities to work alongside Michael Rosen, Parliament, HeadSpace, BBC Good Food and many more to create incredibly engaging literacy.

To book, email [email protected] to set up a call or find out more.




“Every lesson in Why I Play was planned meticulously and backed up with videos that had the children in stitches! The project stretched me as a teacher and allowed me to bring in my own interests for use of EdTech and filming within the curriculum.”

Richard Allen,
Copenhagen Primary School

The research behind LitFilmFest

In a four month research study supported by the UCL Institute of Education, we worked with 200 KS2 students across three schools to measure the efficacy of our approach.

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