Year 10 Film and Media students visited the British Film Institute in London on Thursday 2nd May.
The BFI is the home to British film, putting on a range of national and international cinema, supporters of British film talent and an educational hub for students of film.
The students were taking advantage of the educational benefits of the BFGI by taking part in a BFI GCSE Study Day in preparation for the GCSE Film Studies course. Students took part in discussions about the Teen film genre and watched clips from films such as Rebel Without A Cause, The Breakfast Club, Juno, Me, Earl and the Dying Girl and Ferris Bueller’s Day off.
Students found the day hugely enjoyable and essential to their forthcoming studies on the Teen film genre.