We know that the mass media in the UK have produced or relayed 'climate porn' for many years.
We know that a scary movie involving children was used during the opening of the Copenhagen climate conference in December 2009.We know that the UK government funded absurd, and scary, nursery rhyme posters on climate for which it was rebuked in 2010 by the Advertising Standards Agency.
We know that games and cartoons have been produced to scare children about their 'carbon footprint'.
We know that various initiatives on climate change aimed at schools are in place, and are concerned to achieve 'action' of one kind or another, but mostly pressure on parents to toe the party line on climate and the desired 'behaviour change' as per the prescriptions and analyses pushed by the IPCC.
We know that schools are being pushed into seeking to create 'little climate activists'.
We know that the head of the IPCC has identified children as a key political target.
So it is not unreasonable to speculate that scary climate movies may be shown to children in schools in the UK.
But evidence of how much and how often does not seem to exist.
It may be merely that the presentation of misleading or frightening materials on climate to children has entered a more subtle phase.