Screen Alliance Wales Resources

Curriculum for Wales 2022/ Film in the classroom

Are you ready for Curriculum for Wales 2022? Looking for ways to incorporate the creative industries into your work?

As part of our project working alongside Ysgol Pen-y-Bryn School in Swansea, they have developed some excellent new resources for other educators in Wales to download and use.

All linked to the new curriculum and exploring a host of engaging yet practical activities and lesson plans to develop a range of skills related to the creative industries. Click on the links below to view and save your FREE copy.

Production Design Skills

Film Skills

Costume Skills

Special Effects

Music and Sound

Sensory Skills

Mae'r adnoddau yma nawr ar gael yn y Gymraeg. Lawr lwythwch o'r dolennau isod:

Cerddoriaeth a Sain

Dylunio Gwisgoedd

Effeithiau Arbennig

Dylunio Cynhyrchiad

Sgiliau Ffilm

Interactive virtual classroom resources

Looking to delve deeper into the process of how television programmes and films are made?

Our interactive resources are designed to be used by educators in class or to be explored by students in their own time (if you need any help creating student accounts - let us know at [email protected])

Already online is our Daemons lesson, which explores the use of inference and deduction in His Dark Materials, and our Prosiect Z session which explores the way editing is used in creating tension.

Click here to start your journey

Crew Profiles

Looking to learn more about the different roles within departments? Would you like to better understand how you can progress from an entry-level position to head of department?

Our Crew Profile document will be of interest to you, giving a simplified breakdown of the skills and qualifications needed to work in the TV & Film Industry.

English Version

Welsh Version