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Commitment and Families

Commitment and Families – What is commitment? What does commitment look like for different families? Produced in partnership with FASTN, four families discuss their relationships.

Doreen’s War: Keep Smiling Through

Doreen’s War: Keep Smiling Through – Doreen was only 8 years old when World War 2 began. While many children were evacuated from London’s east end, Doreen stayed with her family in Plaistow and was homeschooled – even during the deadly Blitz between 1940 and 1941. Her best friend Marjorie had been evacuated to a different part of the country, but their relationship stayed strong and they’re still friends 75 years later.

Just before VE Day in 2020, this interview with Doreen recounting her memories of WW2 was recorded during lockdown conditions due to the coronavirus. Doreen compares how the nation felt then to how it feels during the pandemic.

This film includes an accompanying worksheet that can be used by pupils.

First Love

First Love – Girl meets boy for their first date. That’s it. Oh, apart from the fact that they both have disabilities. But will it make any difference?

Screwball!

Screwball! – A comedy drama for SRE (or RSE) lessons about Ryan and Natalie – two young people struggling through their first sexual encounter, and having to deal with each other’s expectations, a shiny trumpet and way too many cats. It’s ideal for opening up discussion about consent, peer pressure and the internet’s influence on relationships.

A film by Adam Tyler.

CREDITS

Adam Tyler (who wrote and directed the film) won the Writer category of the BAFTA Children’s Awards 2017.

Alhaji Fofana (Ryan) won the Performer category at the BAFTA Children’s Awards 2017

Savannah Baker (Natalie) was also nominated in the Performer category.

Winner of the Educational Film Award at the Learning on Screen Awards 2018

Winner of the Children’s Award at the Sandford St Martin Trust Awards 2018

The Gospel of Matthew – The Nativity

The Gospel of Matthew – The Nativity – A dramatised extract from Matthew’s Gospel that tells his version of the Christmas story (Matthew 1:14 through to 2:23). See what Luke had to say about it by following the link below.

Courtesy of The Lumo Project.

The Gospel of Luke – The Nativity

The Gospel of Luke – The Nativity – A dramatised extract from Luke’s Gospel that tells his version of the Christmas story (Luke 1: 26 to 38, and Luke 2: 1-21). See what Matthew had to say about it by following the link below.

Courtesy of The Lumo Project.

Extremists

Extremists – A back street brawl between two young men with extreme and opposing views – men who would never take the time to talk, to listen, to understand each other. And yet… a conversation begins. This provocative film reveals some challenging truths about prejudice, extremism and radicalisation, and shows that the best way to understand these problems is to talk.

The attached lesson materials featuring this film have been awarded the PSHE Association‘s Quality Mark.

CREDITS

7/7

7/7 – On Thursday the 7th of July 2005, four bombs were detonated in central London – three on tube trains and one on a double-decker bus. 52 innocent people were killed and over 700 more were injured in the first ever suicide bombings in the UK. We speak to people whose lives were directly affected by the attacks and hear their testimonies, as well as perspectives from an Imam and an expert in the study of terrorism.

CREDITS

The Gospel of Luke – The Resurrection

The Gospel of Luke – The Resurrection – In the last of three dramatised extracts from Luke’s Gospel that tell the Easter story, we see the disciples pass from the depths of sorrow as Jesus is buried, to the heights of joy when he returns from the dead (Luke 23: 50 to 24:47).

Courtesy of The Lumo Project.

The Gospel of Luke – The Crucifixion

The Gospel of Luke – The Crucifixion – In the second of three dramatised extracts from Luke’s Gospel that tell the Easter story, we see Jesus’ trials and his crucifixion at Golgotha – the Place of the Skull (Luke 22: 54 to 23:49).

Courtesy of The Lumo Project.