For teachers and educators
All the resources you need, all in one place
If you're an educator teaching film or media studies, or a teacher looking to incorporate more film and video content into your lessons, then browse our suite of free, easy-to-use curriculum-linked resources.
Whether you're looking to find information about the classification of specific films, find out more about the history of the BBFC or engage with concepts around film regulation and censorship with your class, then the following pages should be able to help you and your students.
Read our extensive case studies that feature on the curriculum, and check out our podcasts – which talk about all sorts of classification issues over the years, high profile decisions and feature special guests from the film industry.
Use our educational resources to help teach your class about choosing content well and digital resilience. We offer free, downloadable PSHE lesson plans and resources for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 and you can also order a poster to brighten up your classroom.
If you're a primary school teacher, then head over to cbbfc - our website for younger learners - where you can find free classroom resources, including our Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 PSHE lesson plans, interactive Rate a Trailer resource, and more.
Do you want to hear directly from one of our compliance officers and find out more about how we rate films? You can book a talk with one of the team, who can tailor the session for primary or secondary learners.
We love to hear your feedback. Please do feel free to get in touch with the team with any suggestions'
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