SEN/ASN Inclusion

Where The Wild Things Are
Where The Wild Things Are


All ages


Medium (5-11 activities)


England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

Running a film club can provide an inclusive, safe and fun learning environment for young people with learning difficulties. It also provides a regular social experience that can prove invaluable for young people. This resource showcases a selection of the films, discussion starters and activities that formed a UK-wide inclusion project kindly funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. The resources available to download below are almost identical, with the exception of the phrasing around the cohort of young people it has been designed to support, which varies between UK nations and regions (Special Educational Needs and Additional Support Needs).

This resource includes


ASN Inclusion

Leader and teacher notes covering six films for ASN inclusion.

Size: 599 KB

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SEN Inclusion

Leader and teacher notes covering six films for SEN inclusion.

Size: 599 KB

Download for free


SEN/ASN Film Review Symbols

A set of Widgit Symbol cards which can be used to review films.

Size: 5.64 MB

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This Resource Supports


Special Educational Needs

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