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Fed up of dull, boring assemblies? Tired of scrolling through news websites each week looking for inspiration? Yes me too... I believe in short (10 minute max) punchy assemblies that have an impact. The slides are designed to have key points on only offering clean visuals and no clutter for students. The 'how to' guide will enable you to deliver these simple effective messages and importantly save you time!

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Fed up of dull, boring assemblies? Tired of scrolling through news websites each week looking for inspiration? Yes me too... I believe in short (10 minute max) punchy assemblies that have an impact. The slides are designed to have key points on only offering clean visuals and no clutter for students. The 'how to' guide will enable you to deliver these simple effective messages and importantly save you time!
World Bee day (20th May) - Assembly
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World Bee day (20th May) - Assembly

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Bees/ Honey/ Eco system/ Endangered/ Primary/ Secondary/ Whole school/ Assembly Enjoy honey and bad puns? This is the assembly for you! The assembly looks at the importance of bees to our ecosystem and just how much we rely on these little insects. It also offers a quiz upon entry and some truly amazing facts! It talks through all the ways bees are vital to our survival and how your students can make a small difference to help the decline of the bee. There is also a video on the life in the day of a bee. Would be ideal way to introduce any conservation projects you are running as a class/ whole school. The pack contains: Full powerpoint with video link A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas Thanks for looking
Penguins, yes penguins - Mutual respect and cooperation assembly
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Penguins, yes penguins - Mutual respect and cooperation assembly

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Tolerance/ Mutual respect/ Working together/ Cooperation/ Maturity/ Common goal/ Assembly ideas/ Primary/ Secondary This 10- 15 assembly on Penguins emphasises tolerance, cooperation and mutual respect as it shows how Penguins use a ‘huddle’ to survive some of the toughest conditions on the planet. The assembly is all about having ‘common goals’ within a school/ year group and working togther to achieve them. The pack includes: Full assembly with video link and in depth notes Hyperlink to video A ‘how to deliver’ featuring a synposis, help with delivering and customisation idea. Thanks for looking
Punctuality: 3 minutes late - Interactive Assembly
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Punctuality: 3 minutes late - Interactive Assembly

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Punctuality/ Being puntual/ Lateness/ Time management/ Assembly ideas/ Primary/ Secondary This 10 -15 minute assembly follows the Mathematics behind if a student is only 3 minutes late to each lesson and staggeringly how this add ups across a full academic year. It also looks at the most common UK excuses and gives an overview of how punctuality is viewed in other cultures. All schools will have students that struggle to get to lessons on time and this can be used to approach the subject in a very factual way. The pack Includes: Full assembly with Mathematics worked out Hyperlink to video on ‘why punctuality is important’ A ‘how to use’ guide including a synopsis, delivery help and customisation ideas Thank you for looking
Ambition - Assembly
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Ambition - Assembly

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Ambition/ Goals/ Future/ Secondary/ Primary/ Whole school/ Assembly ideas Students often associate ambition with ‘power’ or ‘wealth’. This assembly looks at what ambition actually is and states examples ranging from Alexander the Great to Dolly Parton. It looks at where ambition comes from and characteristics of ambitious people. It then finishes by asking the students to think about their futures and any ambitions they might have. The pack contains: Full power point A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas Thanks for looking!
Importance of being organised (with top tips) - Assembly
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Importance of being organised (with top tips) - Assembly

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Organisation/ Top tips/ Time management/ Work-life balance/ Free time/ Whole school/ Assembly ideas/ Primary/ Secondary This 10-15 minute assembly is aimed at ensuring the students understand the importance of being organised, how this could positively change their work/ life balance (give them more free time) and provides them top tips from a professional organiser (hyper link to video in slide). This pack contains: Full power point with notes Hyperlink to video A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, delivery help and customisation ideas. Thanks for looking.
'Be the Iguana'  - Never give up assembly
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'Be the Iguana' - Never give up assembly

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Perserverance/ Don’t give up/ Keep going/ Never give up/ Overcoming barriers/ Assembly ideas/ Primary/ Secondary This 10-15 minute assembly is about never giving up and the idea of perserverance. It has a truely remarkable video which will have your students on the edge of their seat chanting ‘Be the Iguana’. The assembly also and addresses the idea of the negative language the students tend to use when they feel they are not instantly good at a skill i.e. ‘I can’t do that’ The pack contains: A full powerpoint Link to hyperlink (on slide) A ‘how to’ word document containing a synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas. Please do review if you enjoyed using the assembly. Thanks for looking.
Christmas Traditions around the world -  Assembly
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Christmas Traditions around the world - Assembly

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Christmas/ Tradition/ Around the world/ 25th December/ Assembly ideas/ Primary/ Secondary This 10-15 minute assembly looks at how countries celebrate Christmas around the world and all the weird and wonderful traditions that take place during the build up. The assembly enables the students to guess he country for which each tradition belongs (which are still done to this day) and finishes with a fun filled Christmas quiz. The pack contains: Full powerpoint A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas. Thanks for looking
Million pound 'crazy' inventions - Creativity assembly
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Million pound 'crazy' inventions - Creativity assembly

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Inventions/ Creativity/ Money/ Million pounds/ Being creative/ Making money/ Higher or lower/ Assembly ideas/ Primary/ Secondary This light hearted 10-15 minute assembly looks at some weird and wonderful inventions that have made the inventor too much money and offers the chance for the student to play a game of ‘higher or lower’ with each invention. The assembly also looks at the importance of creativity and the power of your imagination in day to day life and across lessons. The pack includes: Full powerpoint with notes A ‘how to use’ word document containing a synopsis, delivery help and customisation ideas. Thanks for looking
'What if...' - Taking chances assembly
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'What if...' - Taking chances assembly

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Taking chances/ Trying new things/ New start/ Working hard/ Giving things a go/ Assembly ideas/ Primary/ Secondary This 10-15 minute assembly is about the importance of taking chances and making the most of your opportunities in and out of school. It challenges students to think about the statement ‘what if…’ and how missed opportunties could cost them in more ways than they realise. The pack contains: Full powerpoint with notes Hyperlink to video A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas. Thanks for looking
Form Tutor - How to be effective
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Form Tutor - How to be effective

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ECT/ Training/ Form Tutor/ Tutor time/ Secondary/ Professional development This is all about what makes an effective Form Tutor. The power point talks through what a Form Tutor is and looks at 5 key areas in which Form Tutors can make a difference to students using the metaphor of ‘different hats’. It then looks at challenging scenarios that your Form Tutor may come up against for you to talk through. The pack contains: A powerpoint with notes A how to use guide with synopsis and help with delivery
Why do we need a uniform? - Assembly
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Why do we need a uniform? - Assembly

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Uniform/ Smart/ Dress/ Image/ Fast fashion/ Primary/ Secondary/ Whole school/ Assembly Students tend to ask this simple questions a lot, the usual response is because it makes you look ‘smart’. This assembly looks at historically why uniforms exist and several reasons why a uniform can have a positive impact on students ranging from creating a specific image and avoiding issues around fast fashion. The assembly finishes with a simple message for students about how the little things such as uniform can have a big influence on their future. The pack contains: A full power point A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas. Thanks for looking.
Hidden talents assembly
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Hidden talents assembly

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Hidden talents/ Try new things/ Primary/ Secondary/ Whole school This assembly is all about the students have the courage and perseverance to find their hidden talents. The assembly looks at 5 ‘A-list’ celebrities and their hidden talents before looking at 3 of the celebrities in more detail and how they came to discover these talents. The assembly then talks about how the students can find their own hidden talent/s and gives advice on how to narrow it down (finding the needle in the haystack) and what they could do in school to help themselves discover one or more of these talents. The pack contains: Full powerpoint A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas Thanks for looking
Christmas - Being thankful Assembly
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Christmas - Being thankful Assembly

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Christmas/ Being thankful/ Thinking of others/ Primary/ Secondary/ Assembly ideas This 10 -15 minute assembly looks at being thankful for small but significant things around Christmas time. It champions spending time with loved ones and being thankful for what you have rather than what you hope to get. It also looks at the staggering cost of ‘Christmas’ the UK and looks at the issues around overspending during the festive period. The pack contains: Full powerpoint A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas. Thanks for looking
Etiquette and manners - assembly
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Etiquette and manners - assembly

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Manners/ Basic expectations/ Etiquette/ Primary/ Secondary/ Whole school/ Assembly This assembly is about expecting basic manners and etiquette from your students. It looks at the top 5 things that show a lack of manners (according to 1522 adults in the UK), explains what etiquette is and looks at some different examples from around the world. The assembly then comes full circle and looks at the what the students should expect from themselves and importantly from each other to ensure basic manners are upheld. The pack contains: Full power point A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas. Thanks for looking.
Friendship - Assembly
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Friendship - Assembly

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Friends/ Friendships/ Together/ Community/ Primary/ Secondary/ Whole school/ Assembly ideas This assembly is all about the importance of friendships and ensuring no one feels isolated or lonely. It looks at what a ‘friend’ is, where do friendships start and how do we maintain them. The assembly also asks the students to identify the different levels of friendship they have and talks through the benefits of what friends and friendships can offer. It finishes with a simple message which you can implement in your tutor group/ year group or whole school ‘once a day talk to someone new’ The pack contains: A full powerpoint - with notes A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas Thanks for looking.
What are British values? - Assembly
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What are British values? - Assembly

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British values/ Democracy/ Freedom/ Liberty/ Law and order/ Respect/ Tolerance/ Whole school/ Assembly ideas/ Secondary/ Primary A 10-15 minute assembly to introduce the idea of British values. It looks at the main values we use as a society namely: Democracy, Rule of Law, Respect and tolerance, Individual liberty and talks through what each one is and also asks difficult questons for you to pose to your students. The resource contains lots of difficult open ended questions which should promote discussion and disagreement (which is good!) so it would also be ideal for part of a PSHE lesson. The pack contains: Full powerpoint - with helpful notes and definitions A ‘how to use’ document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas. Thanks for looking
Words hurt - Assembly
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Words hurt - Assembly

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Words/ language/ Positive/ Negative/ Talking/ Primary/ Secondary/ Whole school/ Assembly ideas Students often find themselves in verbal conflict with other students. These conflicts often involve ‘throw away’ comments simply designed to upset or offend the other person with no consideration of the long lasting effect their choice of words could have. This assembly looks at why as humans we are quick to use negative or derogatory words and looks at the lasting damage these exchanges can have. It then goes onto look at the way using positive words and language can have a huge bearings on us personally and those around us. It also has a tough video to watch which shows strangers reactions to the worst comment others have have said about them. The assembly finishes with a challenge for the students. The pack contans: Full power point with notes on certain slide and hyper link to video A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas. Thanks for looking!
Self esteem 'Poker chips' - Assembly
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Self esteem 'Poker chips' - Assembly

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Poker chips/ self esteem/ confidence/ Primary/ Secondary/ Whole school/ Assembly ideas This assembly is all based around self esteem. It looks at what it is, how we build it and if everyone has it in equal measures. The assembly uses poker chips as an analogy to look at Student A (high self esteem - lots of poker chips each day) and Student B (low self esteem- very few poker chips) and how their days could differ significantly and importantly how small insignificant issues to some people can really have a profound affect on others. The assembly finishes with some tough questions for the students to ask themselves. The pack contains: Full powerpoint A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas Thanks for looking.
Armed forces day (25th June) - Assembly
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Armed forces day (25th June) - Assembly

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Armed forces day/ 25th June/ Military/ Primary/ Secondary/ Whole school/ Assembly ideas This assembly is all about celebrating the selflessness and courage of the individuals serving and who have served in the Armed forces. It looks at some Armed forces ‘jargon’ and talks about why we celebrate this day and the plethora of people directly and indirectly involved with the Armed forces. Its finishes looking at the perks and sacrifices of a career in the Armed forces and how your students can be a small part of it. The pack contains: Full powerpoint with video links A ‘how to use’ word document with synopsis, help with delivery and customisation ideas Thanks for looking
Teamwork assembly - When things just work
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Teamwork assembly - When things just work

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Teamwork/ Working in a team/ Working together/ Cooperation/ Assembly ideas/ Primary/ Secondary This 10-15 minute assembly focusses on the positives of working together and the importance of working together to achieve a common goal within a school. It features a really awesome video which explains the concept visually. The idea behind the assembly is to show the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. This assembly champions working together to achieve a common or collective goal. The pack contains: Full powerpoint with notes Hyperlink to video A ‘how to use guide’ containing a synopsis, delivery support and customisation ideas. Thanks for looking.