Be inspired by these young people who have embraced video to stay in touch, entertain and communicate important messages. With video technology, editing and even green screens at our fingertips, how can you encourage your students to become even more creative behind, and in front of, the camera in 2021?
Which TV shows and documentaries have secondary school students been studying in 2020? Explore the most popular factual and entertainment programs helping students across the country learn about their world.
What feature films have secondary school students been studying in 2020? Explore the most popular movies that teachers trust to help students across the country reflect on their world.
Crowd-pleasing movies to keep your students entertained on those rainy days when you are stuck inside for recess and lunch. All movies are rated G so you can make a quick decision, safely.
La Niña is here! That means lots of rainy days coming up, keep your students entertained and educated with this crowd pleasing collection of shows perfect for an inside lunchtime.
Critique the representation of masculinity, gender roles, international conflicts, and Britain's changing place in the world, with Ian Fleming's 007 and almost six decades of a single film franchise.
Beam aboard the Enterprise and explore the universe — and what it means to be human — with one of the longest-running science fiction franchises in film and television history.
Put aside humanity's Earthly limitations and explore what curiosity and courage can achieve when the sky ceases to be the limit, with a selection of dramas documenting the space race and science fiction adventures.
From the news your friends share on Facebook to the personal dramas you see on reality TV, learn to critically evaluate the media with the help of ... the media. Behind the News, Social Media Me and other programs share advice on identifying trustworthy sources, identifying bias (and fakes) and making informed decisions about using social media.
Screen adaptations of books by author, actor and comedian David Walliams.