Make them Feel at Home- Kazzum.
This is an animated poem for young learners 5+ that will share the importance of making others truly 'feel at home'.
To mark the one-year anniversary of the war in Ukraine, Academy Award®-winning animation studio Aardman and international children’s charity Save the Children are releasing Home, a short film to highlight the experience of refugee children around the world. Inspired by the real stories of children we work with, Home is a lovely, heartwarming film that uses animated characters to tell a story about how child refugees feel and what it’s like to be away from home. It also celebrates the possibilities for children welcoming new refugee friends and learning about different cultures.
Two polar bears are driven into exile due to global warming. They will encounter brown bears along their journey, with whom they will try to cohabitate.
Five real-life stories about young people fleeing their homelands to live in the UK, told by the children themselves.
These films combine engaging testimony with rich animation and give a unique insight into the lives of young people who have sought asylum in the UK. Each of the films powerfully communicates the collective struggles and hopes of these young people and the issues they face adjusting to life in the UK.
The series explores themes including immigration, persecution, separation and alienation and aims to help educate students at Key Stage 2 and 3. However young people and adults of all ages can enjoy these films.
If you follow the link below, there are some short clips. However, if you decide to watch them, as they contain some scenes that might be upsetting for some, please watch them before sharing with your child.