This assembly lays out the true story of Sadako, the girl who inspired hope after the atomic bombing of Hiroshima even after shed died from radiation poisoning. Part of the Teach Peace Pack from The Peace Education Network. Find more great assemblies at http://peace-education.org.uk/teach-peace
Aim: to explore the human cost of war and see how children, so often the innocent victims, can work together for peace.
This assembly is most effective if it is followed up in the classroom with the making of origami cranes carrying the children’s messages of peace. Some children may find the content of this assembly upsetting, so be aware of the need for sensitive follow up.
All over the world people enjoy taking part in celebrations. Celebrations enable people to have a good time and demonstrate what is important to them and their culture. This project will help children to have a good understanding of the meaning, characteristics and purpose of celebration.
The aim of this lesson is to help pupils identify what water means to them and how it is used. Pupils should be able to differentiate between necessary and ‘luxury’ uses of water by the end of this lesson.
The aim of this lesson is to teach pupils what ‘fair trade’ means and to look at what the Fairtrade mark represents. With a new understanding, pupils can be guided to discuss the benefits of fair trade and explore their opinions. Students will also be able to ‘get creative’ in designing the own Optical Illusion drawing (based on the Fairtrade mark).