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Based on Katherine Paterson's novel, this charming family fantasy film follows the adventures of two ten-year-old misfits. Artistic Jess is initially suspicious of new girl Leslie, but he soon recognises a kindred spirit. They create an imaginary world in the woods near their homes called Terabithia, and as their adventures become ever-more elaborate, their lives change for the better. But their idyllic escapades can't last forever. A powerful portrayal of love, loss, and imagination, as seen through children's eyes.
Support students in exploring the benefits of mindfulness, through film analysis and filmmaking activities.
Smart and funny animated story in which a bullied young boy is shrunk to the size of an ant.
5–11 years 91 mins
Adaptation of the popular Roald Dahl book about a girl with sunny self-reliance and special powers who attends a school with a bullying headmistress.
5–11 years 98 mins
A series of bizarre and unforgettable adventures in this much-loved adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic story.
5–11 years 73 mins
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We take a look at new fantasy drama A Monster Calls and how storytelling and films can be used to help people cope with difficult issues and overcome anxiety.
Reading time 7 mins
This charming and poignant anti-bullying animation was made by a group of young people aged 5 - 11 from Brandon Estate Community Hall, London.
Viewing time 8 mins
A selection of films that explore how people overcome challenging times to achieve emotional wellbeing.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films16
A selection of films that Into Film recommend as good for engaging pupils with varied special educational needs (SEN).
No. of films37
This film list reveals the effect of language on issues such as bullying, internet safety, racism, homophobia, body image, and gender.
Suitable forAll ages
No. of films20
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