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Screening of CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS with Science and Cineliteracy Introduction at Greenwich Picturehouse

Wednesday, 13 March, 2013 - 10:00 to 12:00

This year for Science and Engineering Week we’ve been inspired by the theme of ‘Inventions and Discoveries’, and have teamed it up with ‘Waste Week’ (11-17 March) to show you the fantastic animation CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS. The film includes themes of whacky inventions, scientific processes and testing (or, in this case, lack of!), weather systems and of course, food and food waste.

Year: 2009 | Film length: 90 mins + talk 20 mins | Age: Y3, 4, 5, 6, KS 1, 2

We believe that film and cinema have an increasingly important role to play within the National Curriculum, aiding pupils’ learning and development throughout their formal education.

Our London-based education team work closely with teachers and Local Education Authorities to deliver a year-round, diverse programme of screenings, talks and workshops, all carefully designed to complement the National Curriculum at different levels and develop young people’s cineliteracy skills.

 

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Pre-booking required
Categories: 
Biology, Chemistry, Construction/ Industry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Food, General Science, Information, Psychology and Technology
Age group: 
Primary schools
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Elinor
Walpole
07967047401
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