Film Club

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Dim the lights, open minds, and discover films that fire the imagination.

We are excited to continue our film club at school! This is an opportunity for pupils to experience a variety of films in a safe, happy and structured setting.

DETAILS OF THE NEW FILM CLUB WILL APPEAR HERE SOON.

Children attending will be expected to write a review of the film they have watched in order to attend the next club – we hope this will encourage children to be even more attentive during the film and the written review will help with their literacy skills. Review sheets will be provided week or they can write them on the school blog.


Current Film Club Movies

Coming soon.

 

Past Film Club Movies

 2016/2017 Films

Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4, 5, 6): Wednesday 9th November 2016, The Secret Life of Pets.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 23rd November 2016, Inside Out.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday 30th November 2016, Despicable Me 2.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 7th December 2016, Charlotte’s Web.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday 14th December 2016, The Polar Express.
Key Stage 2:
Wednesday, 11th January 2017, Zootropolis.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday, 18th January 2017, Over the Hedge.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday, 25th January 2017, Ratatouille.
Key Stage 1:
Wednesday, 1st February 2017, Return to Neverland.
Key Stage 2:
Wednesday, 8th February 2017, Kubo and the Two Strings.
Key Stage 1:
Wednesday, 22nd February 2017, Storks.
Key Stage 2:
Wednesday, 1st March 2017, Finding Dory.
Key Stage 1:
Wednesday, 8th March 2017, Dumbo.
Key Stage 2:
Wednesday, 15th March 2017, Molly Moon and the Incredible Book of Hypnotism.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday, 22nd March 2017, Trolls.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday, 29th March 2017, Goosebumps.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday, 19th April 2017, The Ant Bully.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday, 26th April 2017, Moana.

 2014/2015 Films

Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4, 5, 6): Wednesday 5th November 2014, The Lego Movie.
Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2): Wednesday 12th November 2014, The Jungle Book.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday 26th November 2014, Wreck-it Ralph.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 3rd December 2014, The Spiderwick Chronicles.
Key Stage 1:
Wednesday 10th December 2014, Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 17th December 2014, Frozen.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday 14th January 2015, The Croods.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 21st January 2015, Holes.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday 28th January 2015, The Magic Roundabout.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 4th February 2015, Spirited Away.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday 11th February 2015, The Smurfs.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 4th March 2015, The Artist.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 11th March 2015, Beauty and the Beast.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday 18th March 2015, The BFG.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 25th March 2015, Mr Peabody and Sherman.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday 22nd April 2015, Kung-Fu Panda.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 29th April 2015, Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday 6th May 2015, The Lego Movie.
Key Stage 2: Wednesday 13th May 2015, Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn.
Key Stage 1: Wednesday 20th May 2015, Piglet’s Big Movie.

 2012/2013 Films

Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4, 5, 6): Thursday 20th September, Titan AE.
Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2): Thursday 27th September, Kiki’s Delivery Service.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 4th October, Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 11th October, Toy Story 2.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 18th October, Journey to the Centre of the Earth.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 8th November, The Princess Diaries.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 15th November, The Muppets.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 29th November, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 17th January, Madagascar.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 24th January, Fantastic Four.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 31st January, Finding Nemo.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 7th February, Up.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 28th February, Despicable Me.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 7th March, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 14th March, Meet the Robinsons.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 21st March, Wall-E.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 18th April, Yogi Bear.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 2nd May, A Nightmare Before Christmas.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 9th May, Rio.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 6th June, Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 13th June, Brave.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 20th June, Coraline.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 27th June, Nanny McPhee.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 4th July, Jumanji

 2011/2012 Films

Key Stage 2: Thursday 5th January, The Bridge to Terabithia.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 12th January, Matilda.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 19th January, The Princess Bride.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 26th January, Toy Story 3.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 2nd February, The Iron Giant.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 9th February, Shrek Forever After.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 23rd February, The NeverEnding Story.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 1st March, E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (first part).
Key Stage 2: Thursday 8th March, How to Train Your Dragon.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 15th March, E.T. The Extra Terrestrial’ (second part).
Key Stage 2: Thursday 22nd March, Ponyo.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 19th April, Arrietty.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 26th April, Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 10th May, Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2 – Roderick Rules.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 24th May, My Neighbour Tortoro.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 31st May, Sammy, A Turtle’s Adventure.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 14th June, Yogi Bear.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 21st June, Shrek the Third.
Key Stage 2: Thursday 28th June, The BFG.
Key Stage 1: Thursday 5th July, Horton Hears a Who

 

You can keep up to date with the films we have shown on the blog here.

Our school film club coordinators will be selecting films appropriate for the age of the children and ones they will benefit from the most. We will endeavour to show a wide variety of films, as well as the latest blockbusters, and we hope that the children who join our film club will attend every fortnight.  This will give pupils the opportunity to see films which they may otherwise miss and submit reviews to be published on the website and enter competitions to win prizes, including visits to our school from people who work in the film industry.

For more information about Filmclub (the national organisation behind this club) you can visit their website www.filmclub.org and learn about the many benefits and experiences that this can offer children.