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Long (12 plus activities)
England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
This resource for Primary teachers is based on the film Paddington, and features engaging activities to run in class or at your film club. As well as linking to a range of curriculum subjects, including PSHE education, citizenship, art and design, geography and food technology, these activities have relevance to wider school pastoral support programmes, as the resource is underpinned by the film's key themes of individuality and acceptance. Download both the notes and the presentation for exclusive educational Paddington activities including clips and images from the film and beautifully designed activity sheets.
Art and Design
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