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Apapa's Assemblies

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Interesting and meaningful assemblies aimed for KS2,3 and 4. Each one has a presentation and a script and should take 10 - 15 minutes to deliver but are easily adaptable for other lengths of time and age groups. Each assembly is an aspirational story about bravery, kindness, resiliance or endevour. You are paying for the script. The images are provided free and are, therefore, exempt from the 1988 CD&P Act

Interesting and meaningful assemblies aimed for KS2,3 and 4. Each one has a presentation and a script and should take 10 - 15 minutes to deliver but are easily adaptable for other lengths of time and age groups. Each assembly is an aspirational story about bravery, kindness, resiliance or endevour. You are paying for the script. The images are provided free and are, therefore, exempt from the 1988 CD&P Act
Coronavirus fake news workbook
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Coronavirus fake news workbook

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This resource is designed for KS3 but may be suitable for a wider audience. Pupils are helped and challenged to evaluate information about the coronavirus, to evaluate sources and spot fake news . It is based on the NC KS3 requirement to understand ways to use technology responsibly. They are also transferable skills in critical digital literacy (CDL). It is a self contained workbook which can be printed or completed electronically. It has two extension activities which require Internet access. I have completed many resources on CDL for all key stages. Please feel free to get in touch.
Resilience and Endevour:  The Howard Carter Story
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Resilience and Endevour: The Howard Carter Story

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Amazing story demonstrating resilience and endeavour. Howard Carter spent over 30 years in the Egyptian desert on a quest to find the lost tomb of Tutankhamun. Interesting assembly suitable for KS2 and KS3 with a presentation and a script. Should take 10 - 15 minutes to deliver but are easily adaptable for other lengths of time and age groups. You are paying for the script. The images are provided free and are, therefore, exempt from the 1988 CD&P Act
E-safety paper based workbook resource
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E-safety paper based workbook resource

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This resource is designed for KS2 but may be suitable for a wider audience. Pupils are helped to make sensible decisions about staying safe online and about the dangers on Internet and gaming addiction. It is based on the NC KS2 / KS3 requirement to understand ways to use technology safely. It is a self contained workbook which can be printed or completed electronically. It has two extension activities which require Internet access.
Resilience Assemby:  The Siya Kolisi Story
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Resilience Assemby: The Siya Kolisi Story

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Aspirational story demonstrating resilience and endeavour. Siya Kolisi’s rise from the townships of the Eastern Cape to Rugby World Cup winner and Springbok captain. Interesting and meaningful assembly suitable for KS2 and KS3 with a presentation and a script. Should take 10 - 15 minutes to deliver but are easily adaptable for other lengths of time and age groups. You are paying for the script. The images are provided free and are, therefore, exempt from the 1988 CD&P Act
Resilience and Endevour Asembly:  The Alan Turing Story
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Resilience and Endevour Asembly: The Alan Turing Story

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Aspirational story demonstrating resilience and endeavour. Alan Turing’s wartime code breaking work, his subsequent prosecution for gross indecency and the eventual acknowledgement of his role and his posthumous contribution to the Turing Law amnesty. Interesting and meaningful assembly suitable for KS2 and KS3 with a presentation and a script. Should take 10 - 15 minutes to deliver but are easily adaptable for other lengths of time and age groups. You are paying for the script. The images are provided free and are, therefore, exempt from the 1988 CD&P Act
Kindness Assembly:  The Sir Nicholas Winton Story
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Kindness Assembly: The Sir Nicholas Winton Story

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Aspirational story demonstrating kindness and the importance of new starts. Sir Nicholas Winton and the Kindertransport mission before Worl War II. Interesting and meaningful assembly suitable for KS2 and KS3 with a presentation, 5 minute video clip and a script. Should take 10 - 15 minutes to deliver but are easily adaptable for other lengths of time and age groups. You are paying for the script. The images are provided free and are, therefore, exempt from the 1988 CD&P Act Read less
Resilience and Bravery:  The Jack Monroe Story
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Resilience and Bravery: The Jack Monroe Story

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Inspirational story about bravery and resilience and how Jack Monroe went from the foodbanks of Essex to the sofa of This Morning via The Royal Courts of Justice where she risked everything to successfully stand up to a bully Interesting and meaningful assembly suitable for KS2 and KS3 with a presentation and a script. Should take 10 - 15 minutes to deliver but easily adaptable for other lengths of time and age groups. Particularly suitable for anti-bullying and LGBT hero themes.
Resilience and Bravery Assembly: The Steve Biko Story
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Resilience and Bravery Assembly: The Steve Biko Story

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Inspirational story demonstrating resilience and bravery. Steve Biko’s stand against apartheid which resulted in his brutal murder at the hands of the South African Security forces Interesting and meaningful assembly suitable for KS2 and KS3 with a presentation and a script. Should take 10 - 15 minutes to deliver but are easily adaptable for other lengths of time and age groups. It includes a rousing rendition of Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika and could constitute am act of christian worship You are paying for the script. The images are provided free and are, therefore, exempt from the 1988 CD&P Act
Bravery:  The Leo Varadkar Story
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Bravery: The Leo Varadkar Story

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Inspirational story demonstrating resilience and bravery. Leo Varadkar , the first openly gay Taoiseach and his St Patrick’s day trip to washinton with his partner where he called out Mike Pence for his homophobia Interesting and meaningful assembly suitable for KS2 and KS3 with a presentation and a script. Should take 10 - 15 minutes to deliver but are easily adaptable for other lengths of time and age groups. This includes a 60 second Youtube clip and would be particulallry appropriate for St Patrick’s Day or LGBT history month. You are paying for the script. The images are provided free and are, therefore, exempt from the 1988 CD&P Act
Teamwork:  The Shosholoza story
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Teamwork: The Shosholoza story

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Inspirational story about teamwork and how one small song helped to unite a fractured country. Interesting and meaningful assembly suitable for KS2 and KS3 with a presentation and a script. Should take 10 - 15 minutes to deliver but easily adaptable for other lengths of time and age groups. I have included a hyperlink to Youtube (stop clip after 60 seconds) and a Christian prayer which does not need to be used You are paying for the script. The images are provided free and are, therefore, exempt from the 1988 CD&P Act
Free Children of the Coast and Forest
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Free Children of the Coast and Forest

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This is a free sample of Children of the Coast and Forest Workbook 2 Fantastic Fante. If you like it please return and purchase the full bundle which include: Worksbook 1: Catastrophic Cape Coast Castle Workbook 3: Amazing Ashanti. Details Below
Computing Enrichment and Extension theory resources
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Computing Enrichment and Extension theory resources

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I have created 7 paper based resources related to computing such as viral hoaxes, Internet addiction, robotics etc. Each one involves a reading task and a series of written questions based on Blooms taxonomy and an extension / enrichment activity at the end. They should take between 30 minutes and one hour to complete. They are designed to help pupils understand a range of ways to use technology safely, respectfully, responsibly and securely and would be suitable for KS2 or KSS3 pupils.
Children of the Coast & Forest an EDI
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Children of the Coast & Forest an EDI

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Children of the Coast and Forest Programme of Study This is a self-contained project-based programme of study. Each of the three workbooks has 4 units and each unit is designed to be taught in 1-2 hours. It is drawn from the KS2 National Curriculum but is easily adaptable for a KS3 or older audience. It has a deliberate emphasis on EDI (equality, diversity and inclusion) and reflects a passion and interest in the history, culture and natural resources of Ghana. All three units are based on extracts from an, as yet unpublished book called Children of the Coast and Forest. It is about two 10-year-old girls on the Gold Coast in the 1850s. One is the daughter of the British Governor and the other is the daughter of a Fante merchant. Each workbook contains a reading and comprehension activity and a research and presenting activity. In addition: Workbook 1 Focuses on the role of Cape Coast Castle in the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Activities include analysing text, evaluating sources and an element of creative writing. **Workbook 2 ** Focuses on the relationship between the Fante and the British in the Gold Coast in the Nineteenth Century. It gives biographical detail about famous historical Fante people and their contemporary descendants. Activities include researching Fante history and culture and the opportunity to design and make an Asafo flag. Workbook 3 Focuses on the development and military strength of the Ashanti Empire in the Nineteenth Century. It gives historical detail about the Ashanti Empire and the Anglo-Ashanti Wars. This unit also looks at the contemporary gold extraction in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. Pupils look at sources, carry out research and are encouraged to develop an informed opinion on the advantages and disadvantages of gold extraction and processing to local African populations. KS2 English (upper secondary) Reading: Word Reading Writing Comprehension Writing Composition KS2 Computing Select, use and combine a variety of software (including internet services) on a range of digital devices to design and create content that accomplish given goals, including analysing, evaluating and presenting information. KS2 History A study of an aspect or theme in British history that extends pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066 (British Empire in west Africa) A non-European society that provides contrasts with British history (Ashanti Empire) KS2 Geography human geography: economic activity including trade links, and the distribution of natural resources including minerals. KS2 Citizenship. Developing good relationships and respecting the differences between people to try to see things from their points of view; to think about the lives of people living in other places and times. Prepare to play an active role as citizens: that resources can be allocated in different ways and that these economic choices affect individuals, communities, and the sustainability of the environment.