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LGBT History Month
1 February - 1 March
A film guide that looks at X-Men (2000), a superhero film about a school where all the students have superpowers as the result of different genetic mutations.
This guide is useful for exploring topics including Citizenship, Law, Religious Education, Science and PSHE Education in addition to highlighting themes surrounding equality, ethics, community, school, graphic novels and comics, authors and characters, scientists and inventors, technology, law and order, life and death, friendships and film history.
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