11 The world remembers

  • This photographic presentation to introduce the significance of the 9/11 attacks is poignant and powerful.

12 What next?

  • The year may have just begun but for final year students it’s already time to start thinking about careers and Ucas; try this presentation to help them plan their future.

13 Roald Dahl

  • This Charlie and the Chocolate Factory class assembly is a great way to present pupils’ work and can provide inspiration for topic planning too.

14 Messiah

  • Messiah on this day in 1741. Explore the composer as well as his life and work with this presentation.

17 Rosh Hashanah

  • Explain and celebrate the Jewish new year with this assembly.

18 Sexual Health Awareness week

  • Sexual Health Awareness week Get students talking about safe sex with this in-depth assembly covering topics from contraception to moral beliefs.

19 Talk Like a Pirate Day

  • Arr me hearties! Find out about the world’s most famous pirates as part of this swashbuckling assembly.

20 Francis Drake

  • The great English naval explorer arrived in Plymouth on this day in 1580 after sailing his Golden Hind to San Franciso Bay. Introduce students to his life with this resource.

21 International Day of Peace

  • Use these practical activities to help pupils understand the importance of peace.

24 Autumn Mark

  • The first day of autumn with this evocative poem.

25 Harvest festival

  • This assembly script focuses on the ethics of the festivities using words that can be made from the letters of ‘harvest’.

26 Euro day of languages Celebrate today

  • It’s a great way to encourage students to pick up a language.

27 Show and tell

  • Let pupils feel proud of their work with this showing assembly.

28 World’s Biggest Coffee Morning Trade

  • Presentations and playscripts for a social gathering. Serve coffee, cakes and chatter while raising money and awareness for Cancer Research UK.


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