The Marvels: Be Your Own Hero

Our new resource Migration: Habitat Heroes, created in partnership with Uni
Our new resource Migration: Habitat Heroes, created in partnership with Uni




Short (1-4 activities)

The Marvels: Be Your Own Hero, created in collaboration with Marvel Studios, is a curriculum-linked educational resource for learners aged 12+ which draws on the characters and themes in Marvel Studios' The Marvels, in cinemas November 10. 

The Marvels is Marvel Studios' latest action-adventure in which we see the return of Captain Marvel, Kamala Khan aka Ms. Marvel, and S.A.B.E.R astronaut Captain Monica Rambeau in a cosmic team-up to save the universe.

The Marvels: Be Your Own Hero draws on the themes of self-belief and empowerment in the new film to explore how our heroes can inspire us to fulfil our own aspirations. 

Our new multi-curricular learning sequence can be used in assembly and classroom settings, and helps teachers engage students across PSHE, RSE, English/literacy, and art and design. 

The resource includes: 

Role on the Wall activity 

Watch a clip from The Marvels to introduce students to the character of Kamala Khan. What does the fan art in Kamala Khan's room tell us about who she admires? Facilitate a discussion about how we can be inspired by our heroes, whilst avoiding comparison with them. 

Becoming Your Own Hero activity sheet 

Learners will explore the skills and positive traits that they can offer to the world. Draw on the theme of teamwork in The Marvels andencourage students to share their findings with one another, framing their discussion on how they can aim higher, further and faster together. 

Careers extension activity 

Build students' self-confidence to achieve their career goals in this research task. Students will consider the skills that they already have which would be beneficial to their preferred roles, as well as those which they would need to develop. 


A chance to win a prize for the whole class in our Future Hero competition! 


Challenge your students to take their reflections from the activities to the next level and illustrate themselves as a hero someone who has achieved their goals and who others can look up to. The winner will receive a 3D printer for their class, supplied with three PLA filament spools! 

For full details on how to enter, download our Future Hero competition entry sheet. The competition deadline is 1 December 2023 good luck!  

Terms and conditions apply. 

This resource includes

This Resource Supports

  • Art and Design
  • English Literature
  • English
  • Relationships and Sex Education
  • Physical Health and Mental Wellbeing
  • PSHE Education

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