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Harriet is not really a spy, as anyone who has read the book will know. Instead, she is a would-be author: a girl who pays close attention to everything around her and what everyone else is up to, and writes it all down in her notebook. Of course, that could mean trouble if anyone found the book, especially when Harriet's best advisor, her nanny Ole Golly, is not around to help. Excellent adaptation of the much-loved book.
Based on the popular books, this sees a brainy teen detective move to LA with her father and start investigating the death of a movie star.
7–16 years 95 mins
The Secret Garden was originally one of the great books for children - and this film version is every bit as good.
7–14 years 97 mins
Family espionage caper about the children of two retired spies who have to rescue their parents from the villainous Fegan Floop.
5–11 years 84 mins
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Will Gardner, CEO of Childnet and a director of the UK Safer Internet Centre, explains how educators can get involved in Safer Internet Day.
Reading time 4 mins
Some top tips on how you can stay safe and protect yourself online ahead of Safer Internet Day in February 2018.
Reading time 4 mins
Will Gardner, CEO of Childnet and a director of the UK Safer Internet Centre, explains the importance of Safer Internet Day and how to use film to get involved.
Viewing time 4 mins
We support the collective efforts of the industry and UK government to raise awareness of issues relating to copyright infringement.
Watching and discussing film helps develop emotional understanding, while participating in filmmaking can provide a powerful means of self expression.
Films that encourage discussion and offer advice on how young people can stay safe online.
No. of films13
This film list reveals the effect of language on issues such as bullying, internet safety, racism, homophobia, body image, and gender.
Suitable forAll ages
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