This year’s dates are:
England, Wales & Northern Ireland – 14-22 October 2010
Scotland: 28 October-5 November 2010
National Schools Film Week (NSFW) provides teachers and their students the opportunity to see a wide range of films at local cinemas entirely free-of-charge.
The Festival's goal is to support classroom teaching by providing schools with a powerful experience for their students that links directly to elements of the curriculum, supported by an on-line library of resources related to individual films and more generic topics, essentially an extension of the classroom.
Over 400,000 students and their teachers attended the Festival in 2009 and this year the Festival, which operates on a scale and with a degree of sophistication unknown in any other country (2,800 screenings at 540 cinemas across the UK) celebrates its 15th birthday.
We welcome bookings of all sizes. Some schools will bring an entire Year group or Key Stage while others attend on a class-by-class basis. We absolutely do not limit places to any number of students or schools to any number of bookings. As long as there is space in the cinema, you are welcome!
more information please visit the official website at http://www.nsfw.org