Lessons for Key Stages 2, 3 and 4.
Can be taught remotely or in the classroom.
Suitable for home schooling parents to teach.
Children of the Snow Land Film,
School Resources Pack,
Access to online school members group.
Learning from the inspiring young people in the film helps to build international mindedness, resilience and compassion in students.
The stories of the children and young people in the film teach incredible perspective, hope and heart: the three young protagonists have spent their lives from age 4 until age 16 living and studying inside the Snowland School grounds, without contact with their families.
However they have emerged as 16 year old teenagers with all the qualities and strength we need: patience, gratitude for the life they have, and determination to make the most of the education for which they have made such a sacrifice.
The patience, hope, courage, resilience and character these young people demonstrate is relevant and inspiring for pupils worldwide, as is their determination to make the most of their education and the world they can access, no matter how limited that may be.
PSHE (Personal Social and Health Education)
Film / Media Studies
Home Economics / Cooking
Religious Studies / Education (to study Buddhism & Hinduism)
Choice of 52 minute or 93 minute version of ‘Children of the Snow Land’ documentary film
Schools Resource Pack
Access to our members-only Snowland Schoolfriends Group for sharing students’ work with both the Snowland School students in Nepal (as featured in the film) and other schools within our group.