We train teachers to ensure that their students are up to date to the latest on the media on what is going on
If you’ve answered yes to any of the above, you’re already a Media Literacy Champion in the making. Read on to find out how PSHE Association-approved support from The Student View and Bellingcat will take you all the way.
Join our ‘train the trainer’ programme – funded by the European Media and Information Fund (EMIF) – and we’ll match you with Oscar-winning investigative journalists Bellingcat, to transform you into a Media Literacy Champion.
The Student View is a media literacy charity that trains UK students to spot misinformation by exploring the differences between fact and opinion. This is our first ever ‘train-the-trainer’ programme funded by EMIF and is delivered in partnership with subject matter experts from investigative journalism group Bellingcat, UK think tank Demos, and education experts the PSHE Association.
Our programme has been carefully designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of media literacy, providing practical tools to integrate the subject into your teaching and empowering your students to distinguish fake news from reliable information.
As a teacher, you have the power to help your students see the world more clearly. Now more than ever, young people need critical thinking skills to navigate the media landscape.
By becoming a Media Literacy Champion, you’ll receive PSHE Association-approved training, an expert-written training handbook, classroom resources, and access to a journalist volunteer who’ll help you set up a pop-up newsroom in your school.
You’ll also become an accredited skills builder – shaping UK policy on media literacy, misinformation and fake news whilst developing your students’ employment skills in journalism and media.
This is your chance to become a Media Literacy Champion and empower your students to become informed and responsible digital citizens. Join us now!
Join the EMIF Train-the-Trainer programme and help empower educators and students across the UK!
For further information on our programme, please read our full FAQs.