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Free Schools Preview of new French film at QFT

Film distributor Studio Canal has offered QFT a special preview for schools of this new, award winning French feature film about a 16 yr old girl living in a tough neighbourhood in Paris. A great opportunity for MIA pupils. The event is on Wed 6th May at 10.30am http://www.palacefilms.com.au/girlhood/ Contact Marion Campbell, Education Officer at QFT […]

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Future Classrooms 2015

Ten years of using creative digital technology in the classroom will be reflected on at the Market Place Theatre and AmmA Centre, Armagh on March 12 as Northern Ireland’s Creative Learning Centres present Future Classrooms 2015. Delivered as part of Creativity Month, this year’s conference will focus on what we’ve learnt about the reality and […]

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Takeover Film Festival set to ‘take over’ QFT screens

The sixth annual Takeover Film Festival ‘takes over’ Queen’s Film Theatre’s screens from Friday 20 to Sunday 22 February, with an exciting weekend of film premieres, star appearances, masterclasses and music, all organised by the enthusiastic QFT Youth Panel. The sixth Takeover Festival commences on Friday 20 February with an exclusive premiere of the inspiring […]

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Free CPD Training for Primary and Post-Primary Teachers

In partnership with Nerve Belfast, Into Film are pleased to offer a range of free teacher training sessions centred around using film and animation in the classroom to support teaching and learning across the curriculum. The training for both Primary and Post-Primary teachers will fall into 2 main areas: Film for literacy – Film is a […]

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Happy Christmas from Nerve Belfast!

Everyone at Nerve Belfast would like to wish you all a very Happy Christmas and New Year! Thank-you everyone for all your kind words and emails of support! Remember if you haven’t already done so you can still have your say on proposed funding cuts for the Creative Learning Centres and film education organisations at tinyurl.com/stopdcalcuts […]

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Support the Creative Learning Centres – have your say on budget cuts now!

It is with deep regret that due to the DCAL cuts the future delivery of the Creative Learning Centres is under severe threat. Please email with the subject line “Support for the Creative Learning Centres”  budgetconsultation@dcalni.gov.uk and please copy your email to: m.mccaffreylau@nervecentre.org to have your say and to support us! Thank-you. The Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure […]

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NISP CONNECT – Nomination Time – Generation Innovation

It is time to nominate students to join us for the next Generation Innovation Night of Ambition, which is happening on Tuesday February 24 2015 (17:00 – 20:30) in Belfast. Generation Innovation (@GenInnovators) is run by NISP CONNECT, a non-profit organisation, supported by the Northern Ireland Science Park. We believe every young person in Northern […]

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MIA Film Events at QFT – Book now!

There are still some places left for the two MIA film events listed below, which will be most useful for MIA & Film Studies pupils. More details are available at this link, http://www.queensfilmtheatre.com/learning/post-primary School groups can now book online, using this promo code on the booking page, simply type in the word at the prompt: […]

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EU Code Week 2014

EU Code Week final videos

To celebrate EU Code Week 2014 (11th-17th October), Nerve Belfast Creative Learning Centre delivered a series of basic coding and games design workshops in four of our partnership schools. The training provided the opportunity to promote the STEAM agenda in a range of curricular areas across the key stages. Workshops were designed to introduce pupils […]

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A Night At The Cinema In 1914

A NIGHT AT THE CINEMA IN 1914 Date: Tuesday 11th November Time: 10.15AM-12.30PM WW1 Remembrance Day Event Supports KS3 History, Drama and Literacy. Pupils will have the opportunity to interact with a first person interpretation by a young actor in World War 1 uniform.  There will also be a commentary with screening of A Night […]

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