Scottish Screen Archive
Filmhouse, Edinburgh (27 October); Glasgow Film Theatre (29 October); Dundee Contemporary Arts (19 November); Callendar House, Falkirk (27 November).
This CPD will help you use archive films in the classroom for interdisciplinary learning. Learn how to access the online learning resource Scotland on Screen to watch and discuss archive films, use them as the starting point for building projects and download them for use in moving image presentations.
The Scottish Screen Archive will present a new learning resource that explores amateur films and Christmas customs. The resource is tailored for use in primary education (CfE levels 1 & 2: literacy, technologies, social studies, RME, health and wellbeing, sciences).
For bookings in Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow, please contact the venues. For bookings in Falkirk, please book using Falkirk CPD Manager (course code YMc22)
Schools workshop: A Very Scottish Christmas
Dundee Contemporary Arts (2 December); Bo’ness Hippodrome (3 December); Glasgow Film Theatre (8 December); Filmhouse, Edinburgh (9 December)
Polish up your party shoes and bring your favourite toy to this special Christmas-themed screening and workshop created by the Scottish Screen Archive and theatre-maker Geraldine Heaney.
Mrs Claus has forgotten what Christmas in Scotland is like but she has some home movies from the past to help her remember. Can you help her understand the Christmas traditions and write a letter for her to take back to Santa?
Recommended for Primary 4 & 5 (suitable for ages 7+)
CfE levels 1 & 2: literacy, technologies, social studies, RME
Film content: suitable for all. Running time approximately 1 hour.
Colour and black & white footage from 1930s – 1960s.
To book please contact the venues directly.