LitFilmFest is an event which brings together your whole school community in a celebration of traditional literacy, creativity, global issues and digital skills. In their English lessons, students write and produce their own films to showcase on the big screen. As well as improving literacy skills, this spectacular event develops the creative, public speaking and team working skills needed for success in later life.
An excellent experience on so many levels. Superb training empowered staff to confidently use technology as a medium for literacy and beyond. Fabulous classroom projects allowed students to use technology in their English work and involved them in global issues. The festival inspired and motivated our whole community as well as producing a superb promotional film for the school.
Claire Nuttall, Head of Primary, St. George’s International School
It can be hard to develop a school culture which mixes the best of traditional education and digital skills. LitFilmFest is the ultimate way for schools to exceed the expectations of parents whilst inspiring students to be the best that they can be, both traditionally and digitally.
This has been the perfect combination of skills to help our students develop into leaders of the future. It’s also made our teachers much more confident about using technology in the classroom.
Wendi Roberts, Achievement & Progress Leader
Click here to download the LitFilmFest brochure which explains more about the event. To host a LitFilmFest at your school, email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 020 7837 5597 ext. 221 (business hours).