Exmouth schools take part in film week

A NUMBER of schools attended free movie screenings as part of a national schools film week. Lympstone Church of England, Exeter Road, Exmouth Community College, St Peter s and St Joseph s Catholic Primary schools, all took advantage of the free screenings

A NUMBER of schools attended free movie screenings as part of a national schools film week.

Lympstone Church of England, Exeter Road, Exmouth Community College, St Peter's and St Joseph's Catholic Primary schools, all took advantage of the free screenings between Monday, October 19 and Thursday, October 22.

A spokesperson for National Schools Week said: "With culture and the environment high on the education agenda, more and more teacher are turning to film.

"They feel the medium can be used to deliver complex information to a young audience in a meaningful and accessible way."


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The focus of National Schools Film Week 2009 was creativity and diversity.

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