GCSE (9-1) Film Studies
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Latest news for GCSE Film Studies
GCSE (9-1) Grading
From 2017, reformed GCSEs in England will be graded 9 to 1, find out more about the GCSE 9-1 grading scale
Our GCSE (9-1) Film Studies specification has been accredited by Ofqual. The specification is available to teach in schools and colleges in England from September 2017.
The sample assessment materials include exemplar question papers and mark schemes.
Training Courses for Teachers
Book your place on one of our teacher training to learn more about the specification and sample assessment materials including assessment objectives, examination structure and other key areas.
Courses are available all over the UK as well as online.Book now
- Guidance for Teaching
- Film Studies Teacher Network
- [Webinar] A guide to the new specification
- Specialist writing extract pack
- Online Exam Review
- Component 1 – Section A: Key Developments in US Film
- Component 1 – Section C: US Independent Film
- Component 2 – Section A: Global English language film
- Component 2 – Section B: Global non-English language film
- Component 2 - Section C: Contemporary UK film
All Course Materials
We offer a range of materials to support the teaching and learning of this qualification.
Record number of entries for Moving Image Awards 2017
Our annual Moving Image Awards has received over 400 entries, this is the largest amount of entries we have...
Eduqas is the word
Our reformed GCSE (9-1), AS and A level specifications in Film Studies are available for teaching from ...
Ofqual reformed GCSE, AS and A levels accredited
We are pleased to announce that our full suite of reformed subjects to be taught from September have been ...
Moving Image Awards 2017
The Moving Image Awards, designed in partnership with the British Film Institute, recognises and rewards the UK's most talented young film-makers. Every year, students undertaking WJEC qualifications in Film and Media are invited to submit their work for consideration by our panel of judges.