This assembly can be adapted to suit any age, as well as the stage of the academic year. The assembly focuses on time; time-equivalent; population statistics and famous one-off events; people; disasters and celebrations. Essentially, what happens in your life-time. People featured are: Andy Murray; Fred Perry; Michael Jackson; Princess Diana; Jack Andraka; The Queen; NASA and Nelson Mandela.


  • End of term assembly.pptx

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Created: Jul 9, 2013

Updated: Jul 11, 2017

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10 Reviews

  • 2
    user avatarteachthal2 years agoreport

    This was useful because it gave me ideas for my own presentation. However, the format is bad (having one line come in at a time is irritating and distracting). It also isn't applicable to anyone outside the UK (students at my international school will not relate to the examples given. They should have been more diverse). Also, some of the information isn't even correct (humans swallow 8 spiders a year? That is an old wives tale). I wish I could have previewed this before I bought it, but the idea is nice.

  • 5
    user avatarpeaksu2 years agoreport

    I look forward to implementing this wonderful resource this soon-to-start school year. Thank you for sharing!!

  • 5

    I have adapted this for my Yr12/13 start of term assembly - I calculated the time until their exams in May. Thanks

  • 5
    user avatarKayte74 years agoreport

    Exceptionally thought-provoking and applicable to all ages. Many thanks for sharing this wonderful resource.

  • 5

    Great.... but Andy Murray was the first male to win in 77 years not first person - Virginia Wade won Wimbledon in 1977 some may want to amend the ppoint