The National Videogame Museum & Games Careers Week, 26 March - 2nd April 2021

Are your students interested in videogames? The National Videogame Museum, run by the BGI, is giving students the opportunity to ask an industry professional their questions about working in videogames as a part of Games Careers Week, organised by the BGI in partnership with a range of games companies and educational organisations (find out more at

We're giving your students the opportunity to ask questions to the developers of some of the biggest games in the UK. These answers will be included in resources that showcase the variety of career pathways within games, and made freely available to all participating schools after Games Careers Week.

All you need to do is fill out this form and hit submit. Teachers are also welcome to submit questions!
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Name of School or Organisation: *
We will include the name of your school or organisation alongside the questions that you submit.
Name: *
Please include your own name here (teacher or individual submitting questions on behalf of students). We will not use your name on the resources created.
Questions for Videogame Professionals: *
Please include questions from yourself or students for professionals working within the videogame industry. You can include more than one question and we are happy for classes to work together to create questions too. There are no wrong questions! Just bear in mind that we may not be able to all questions, but we will do our best to make them representative of those submitted!
Questions for Videogame Professionals (cont.)
Additional space for submitting questions, please ignore if not required.
[OPTIONAL] Do you already explore, play or create videogames within your curriculum?
[OPTIONAL] If you answered yes above, can you provide some detail about how videogames are used (subject area, key stage, etc. )
[OPTIONAL] What is the biggest challenge or barrier for you as a teacher when working with, or considering working with videogames in the classroom?
[OPTIONAL] Over the next year the NVM will be developing its learning programmes. We'd like to know what types of workshops, loans boxes or activities (both online and in person) you would like to see from us?
Key subject areas or skill building activities, careers workshops, CPD sessions, talks etc.
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