An 11 slide assembly looking at resilience and 3 key characteristics that resilient people have. With the assembly is also a script that can be found in the notes section of the slide. The assembly has videos and examples of people who are / have been resilient and is editable.
This is an assembly that I am presenting to students this week all about the impact of Sarah Everard and public sexual harassment on women and girls. It is a very powerful assembly and so far has gone down well with the students. Slides have a script at the bottom for the presenter to follow. Slides 1-4 = Intro to Sarah Everard and what has been happening in the news and on social media about her death and public sexual harassment. Slides 5-7 = Information, statistics and a video all about public sexual harassment. Please note that you will want to look at the video first as it may not be suitable for all age groups. Slides 8-12 = How can we tackle PSH and what can we do in school in ensure it does not happen in the school building. You will want to change one or two things on these slides to ensure it is in line with your school policy. The final slide is the most powerful - As all the names of women who have died in the last year as the result of males are read out dismiss the assembly (this list goes on for around 5mins!
This assembly is based on the book by prof Steve Peters. It explains what the book is about and helps students to understand how they can change their mindset when reacting to situations. It is 16 slides in length, fully editable and includes information, questions, scenarios and video’s. There are notes with the slides to help the delivery of the content. I have presented this assembly with 6th form, KS4 and KS3 students and adapted it each time to aid understanding. I have also presented this to staff as part of a CPD course. It has been hugely successful every time I have presented it.
This assembly covers what mental health is and the stigma behind it. It then covers how students can enhance their mental health. Mindfulness is also covered and specific mindful meditation strategies also included. At the end of the powerpoint there is a support slide where students can click on the logo’s to take them to the websites. The assembly can be adapted and used as either a lesson, tutor session or whole year group / school assemblies. There is a mixture of information, useful websites and videos and is in total of 17 slides long.
This is an assembly all about George Floyd, what racism is and and what is Black Lives Matter. It includes slides with information and pictures as well as some videos to help explain to students what has happened with the USA protests and why it has happened. It also draws upon the UK riots and has lots of links for further reading, watching and listening for the students. Please note that as this assembly was created during lock down it is designed to be a virtual assembly but can easily be adapted for a normal assembly. It can also be adapted for a lesson. If any of the videos do not work then please let me know and I can forward them to you.
A presentation designed as a virtual assembly (but can be easily adapted) about the history of Pride and LGBTQ and why we celebrate pride. This presentation is 13 slides long and includes video’s links to websites, information, inspirational LGBTQ people and links to further reading / watching / listening. It can easily be adapted for a lesson if not using it as an assembly.
A 12 slide powerpoint that talks through the importance of learning from failure in order to be successful. It includes videos and examples of current celebrities relevant to the 3 main points of the assembly which are: Don’t quit too early There is no such thing as failure The past does not equal the future As you can see from the preview in the notes section of the slides is a script for you to follow for the assembly. This is one of my go to assemblies for KS4/KS5 students but is also applicable for younger years. The powerpoint can be edited.
Anti Racism Bundle that includes an Assembly (George Floyd, Racism & Black Lives Matter) + an anti - racism activity booklet with linked power point to go along side.
This is a 13 slide powerpoint explaining what Windrush is and what the Windrush Scandal is all about. The powerpoint contains information, pictures, videos and thinking points for the students. It has been designed to be a virtual assembly but can be adapted for a normal assembly or lesson if needed.
An assembly all about new beginnings. Can be easily adapted. Includes behaviour expectations, high standards, goal setting and a inspirational video about ‘Mushy’ from educating Yorkshire. The assembly has 10 slides in total and the video is 5 minutes long and will get the students thinking and inspired about their aspirations for the year.
A weekly mentoring proforma that can be used with students to discuss attendance, punctuality and behaviour. STudents then set themselves SMART targets which are reviewed each mentoring session.
This assembly focuses on how we can change our mindset to overcome obstacles and challenges. It include slides and scripts for the slides on the notes section in the powerpoint. There are also 2 videos, one about Growth and Fixed mindset and the other an advert about not giving up. This assembly has always gone down well with KS4 and KS5 pupils and can be adapted for a lesson or for KS3.
This is an anti-racism booklet with a power point that runs along side the booklet. It is split up into 4 sessions and includes news stories (including the recent racism in football issues and the George Floyd killing), video’s, discussion questions and reflection tasks. This can be used as a booklet for a consequence course, RJ work with students or as a lesson or group of lessons.
A great resource for your tutor group both if you are meeting them for the first time or if you already know them. A fully editable powerpoint consiting of 24 slides that can be printed with the following: About me - your tutor Tutor rules and expectations SMART target setting Getting to know you activities and displays ‘I want my tutor to know’ activities and worksheets Self reflection emotions worksheet Icebreaker games + bingo 2x Thankyou cards. I have also put in my emoji feelings and emotions chart / display free of charge as part of this purchase.
A collection (x8) of my assemblies which I have uploaded to TES. Bundle Includes the following assemblies: George Floyd & Black Lives Matter Mental health and Mindfulness New beginnings Pride / LGBTQ The Chimp Paradox The Success in Failure Windrush Scandal Growth Mindset ‘We Can All Grow’
This is a 3 part CPD all about behaviour management that I have delivered to previous staff, NQT’s and PGCE / Teach first teachers. It has always gone down really well and received lots of positive praise and comments. I have also been asked to deliver this across the school’s trust. The CPD session is split into 3 sessions (two shorter and one longer) however it can easily be adapted to fit into one session or extended into 4 sessions that are all shorter. Session 1 - This is a shorter session (around 30mins) all about staff self reflections and breaking down beahviour management into 3 key stages along with some strategies. It also introduces a case study of a teacher (from a documentary) and some discussions surrounding his behaviour management strategies. The session ends with some reflections on what they can do / try in their lessons. Session 2 - This is the longer session (around 45mins-1hour) that continues to look at the case study with lots of discussions as progress is made. It also goes through some key strategies and top tips along with more reflections. Session 3 - Another shorter session (30mins) which is all scenario based linking to the schools behaviour management policy. I have taken out the policy of my school for you to insert your own schools policy. Again there is lots of chance for discussion and reflections.
This resource is a emoji feelings and emotions display or chart. Great for all ages / SEN / Pastoral teams / teachers / Teaching assistants. It includes in a single PDF document. 1x ‘How are you feeling’ display with words and emoji’s 1x ‘How are you feeling’ display with emojis but without words 18x individual pages with emoji’s and words. This resource is perfect to use as a classroom display or can be printed out and used as a chart for children to communicate emotions when they are struggling. It can also be used as a plenary where students stick a post it note on how they feel at the start of a lesson / topic to how they feel at the end of a lesson / topic I am sure there are loads more uses for these and I hope they are useful in some way
A behaviour reflection sheet for students to complete during detention or after an incident.