This course is designed for EDUQAS GCSE Film Studies centres that are seeking to ensure able students fulfil their potential in the Non Exam Assessed portion of the course, with a focus on the screenwriting element primarily.
The course will demonstrate how to guide your best students to achieve an improved grade in the NEA portion of the course. It will focus on a detailed analysis of what is expected to achieve grades 7-9 as well as looking at helping pupils cement grades 5+. It will cover the specification components and exploring ways to build your teaching practice around this. The course will also provide guidance on an effective iterative process of producing the script, through a clear stepped program of teaching approaches as well as guiding students on the important practical formal aspects of writing an effective screenplay.
Led by experienced examiner and teacher, Chris Warrington, the course is designed for new and experienced teachers of EDUQAS Film Studies.
This course, tailored to suit, can be delivered in your school. Discuss this further with our CPD team on 01625 532974 or click below to make an enquiry.
Chris Warrington has extensive experience in the current and previous iterations of the WJEC/EDUQAS specifications for Film Studies and has also provided key resources and consultation for the EDUQAS Film Studies specification.
His school has been awarded a Certificate of Commendation for excellence in Production by the EDUQAS board. As a freelance film writer with over ten years’ experience, he has been published in The Guardian, Future Publishing, The Big Picture, Film Stories and more. He is currently a Secondary Head of Film Studies at leading school in Derbyshire.