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Primary French

Into FilmNational Schools Partnership and Into Film are offering a fun, helpful resource pack that supports primary-level French to teachers who sign up for a film club.  Teachers can use film to boost children’s confidence in French and support language learning in their school with this resource, and the first 100 registrants will receive a free DVD of A Cat in Paris.

You don’t need to be a French teacher to use this resource as it offers advice, top tips, language-focussed activity ideas, dual language activity sheets and a recommended viewing list of films which will support language learning.  As well as this valuable pdf resource, teachers will receive for free:

  • A DVD copy of Academy Award® nominated animation A Cat in Paris to screen as a half-term treat or at your first Into Film Club screening for the first 100 registrants
  • Access to a huge bank of learning and teaching materials that use film to engage learners across all core curriculum subjects
  • Access to a library of 4,000 DVDs to use in class, for after-school clubs, for lunchtime film clubs and more

Teachers can sign up to receive the resource on the website.


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