This is due to Film Education closing down.
For more information please read this news article.
National Schools Film Week is a free, annual event for schools offering a wide programme of films selected in consultation with teachers. The festival enables all schools across the UK to take children to films at cinemas during the school day as part of their curriculum learning.
Organised by the charity Film Education, these free screenings are made possible thanks to the support of the UK film industry.
541,333 students attended over 3,115 screenings in 530 cinemas across the UK in 2012.
Many screenings are enhanced by curriculum linked film introductions, workshops and masterclasses as well as educationally relevant resources.