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National Schools Partnership and Twentieth Century Fox have teamed up to bring you ‘FANTASTIC YOU!’ an exciting series of resources based on the film release of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s book ‘Fantastic Mr Fox’.
The resources, designed for KS1 and KS2 pupils, will encourage them to explore their own and their friend’s personalities by analysing the films key characters.
‘FANTASTIC YOU!’ is an English, PSHE,
Drama cross curricular character led resource, that will not only deliver your curriculum objectives but also create a sense of self awareness amongst your pupils as they set out on a journey of self discovery through each of the activities.
‘FANTASTIC YOU!’ enables you to teach
PSHE creatively to SEAL objectives.
Resources can be used in circle times, drama and role play, alongside SEAL.

The resources include A Design a Maze COMPETITION for pupils to design their own maze, with fabulous prizes for the winning entries including a class trip to a screening of ‘FANTASTIC MR FOX’ and ‘FANTASTIC MR FOX’ goody bags.

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Below you can download all of our fantastic teaching resources which will allow you to run this project in your school.

Terms & conditions for the ‘Design a Maze’ competition: This competition is open to all KS1 and KS2 primary school pupils in the UK, except for relatives of National Schools Partnership and Twentieth Century Fox employees. Pupils must get consent from their parent/guardian before entering. No purchase necessary. Entries should be made in accordance with the instructions and must be received by the 18/12/09. Entries will not be returned. The competition will run from 12/10/09 to 18/12/09. There will be no cash alternative to the prizes awarded. The class trip to a screening of Fantastic Mr Fox is for a maximum of 40 pupils. The time of the screening will be subject to availability from Twentieth Century Fox. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The winner will be informed by post and announced on this website no later than 31st December 2009.

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