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We are forever reinventing the wheel in teaching. These resources are timeless (within reason!) and you will be able to use them year on year.

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We are forever reinventing the wheel in teaching. These resources are timeless (within reason!) and you will be able to use them year on year.
Rememberance Assembly World War 1
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Rememberance Assembly World War 1

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The theme of the assembly is to look at kindness in war – how in any situations of war, both sides think they are right. We can look back at World War 1 now and realise that everyone was just fighting for what they believed to be true. Within these horrible situations of war, kindness is still evident. Link back to football matches during the Christmases of 1914 & 1915. The assembly starts with a comparison of then to now. It then looks at some examples from the war in Gallipoli of kindness in a horrible situation. You may want to play the Gallipoli song, ‘ Waltzing Matilda’ as the students enter. Kindness starts with the way we treat each and every human being we meet. If we cannot be kind today, when we have peace and democracy, what does that say about us as human beings?
The Power of Literacy
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The Power of Literacy

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This assembly looks at the importance of literacy across all subjects and as the primary way human beings communicate. It looks at the power of the spoken word, written word and the power of punctuation.
Self Esteem Assembly
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Self Esteem Assembly

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This assembly investigates self esteem. It has two short but very powerful videos looking at how a lot of beauty in the media is fake and our outside appearance is not what should define us. It gives tips and thought provoking quotes on how we sould believe in our skills and talents and have positive self talk. All notes in powerpoint.
Summer Safety
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Summer Safety

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This Powerpoint covers a range for risks which children may face over the summer. Part of growing up is not avoiding any risk in life but how to manage it and make the right judgement call – understanding warning signs, what to do if things go wrong, how to avoid potential risks. It covers 7 areas for the Summer Holidays - Getting lost, danger from traffic, bullying from other children, stranger danger (On-line & in person), exposure to alcohol or drugs, water safety & sun burn!
Questioning Assembly
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Questioning Assembly

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This looks at the quality fo question sstudents ask in the class. It explores the history of questioning (Socrates etc) and then looks at levels of questions and how our classroom should be an environment where we learn knowledge, question information and listen to and comment on each other's thoughts.
Revision - Teaching Year 11 How To Revise
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Revision - Teaching Year 11 How To Revise

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This is a 1 1/2 hour session which has been done with half a year group in a hall at the same time. It is non-subject specific and uses America as it's subject. There are a series of quickfire activities which show children how our brains remember information and how this relates to our revision. It also shows children a whole range of revision skills such as RAG rating, revision timetables, Mind Mapping, Active Note Taking, Revision Cards. It has also been done with parents on a Parents Evening How To Revise Session. All instructions and resources to print are included in the Powerpoint
Heroes Assembly The Miracle Mile
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Heroes Assembly The Miracle Mile

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This is a one of a series of assemblies where someone inspirational is looked at. This looks at Roger Bannister’s One Minute Mile and the qualities he had to achieve this. It is then related to the student’s lives. Includes full presenter notes