Strodes A2 Film students attended the BFI Film Library on a trip that is organised annually by Gareth Evans, Head of Media.
The BFI was founded in 1933 as a charity governed by a Royal Charter and situated at South Bank, London. The BFI help people of all ages to understand and enjoy film, providing free access to a huge collection of books, journals, documents and audio recordings about the world of film and television.
Gareth says "This is the world’s largest collection of film and television resources and it makes a really positive impact on our student’s results. They are currently working on a small scale research project which is part of their assessed work for their A2 grade. It was a great day and the students were really focused and professional throughout. I am looking forward to seeing the results this summer."