Free film fun for pupils
NATIONAL Schools Film Week is here again and from Monday schoolchildren will be enjoying cinema for free.
The initiative is being supported in Torquay and Paignton.
The goal of the festival is to support classroom teaching by providing schools with memorable movie experiences for youngsters backed up learning resources.
Sabrina Libralon, a teacher at Queensway Catholic Primary School in Torquay, said: "National Schools Film Week gets the children inspired and it becomes a valued learning experience, as it's something they all share together.
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"They can discuss their likes/dislikes afterwards and it becomes constructive socially. There's a greater atmosphere, and overall a more valued experience."
A spokesman for Torquay's Central Cinema said: "The cinema should be their first experience of a film as this is how it is intended. Children are amazed by the experience and have a really good response to the films, which is particularly useful if teachers are using them to educate."
Teachers can book their free tickets on-line at www.nationalschoolsfilmweek.org
Paignton Apollo will be showing Dr Seuss' The Lorax, Brave, Hugo, Mirror Mirror and Ice Age: Continental Drift.
Torquay Central's Cinema will show Hugo, Dr Seuss' The Lorax, African Cats, Muppets and Brave.