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In my shop you will find fresh assembles and Historical resources Y7-13 I can tailor make resources for you at short notice and post them online Look out for assembly ideas on my blog Pls feel free to contact me Some positive comments would be nice

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In my shop you will find fresh assembles and Historical resources Y7-13 I can tailor make resources for you at short notice and post them online Look out for assembly ideas on my blog Pls feel free to contact me Some positive comments would be nice
PP Assembly on Judging Others
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PP Assembly on Judging Others

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‘Judge not according to appearance’ JOHN 7 V24 This is an assembly that was designed for Secondary pupils but would also suit older primary students. For music I recommend Republica: ‘Drop Dead Gorgeous’ and a few other more recent numbers- see PP I have also included links to relevant stories and short films that you can include to make it a longer assembly. I think it is a great confidence booster and you could easily link the Greek masks on the title slide with the selfie craze! It is the perfect antidote to the selfie craze! It is also the perfect antidote to abuses of social media websites and trolling! Please leave me some feedback as to how you use it!
PP Assembly: New Year: New You
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PP Assembly: New Year: New You

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I searched the TES site today and found no assembly for the New Year so here goes! It is aimed at Secondary school children but could easily be adapted! WHAT ARE OUR GOALS? WILL WE ACHIEVE THEM? WILL WE BE A BETTER PERSON IN 2018/9 IF WE ACHIEVE THEM? It includes: Music: You could use ABBA- Happy New Year but that would depend on whether you’ve already see Mamma Mia 20 times! Video: The mini bios are on You Tube. The specific links are included incl Bill Gates bio. Bible reading Prayer- by Billy Graham Final thought Call to action Research for talk- below and current research on people’s top goals today -on slides **For the Intro here is some background on where the name of the month January comes from: **In ancient Roman religion and myth, Janus (/ˈdʒeɪnəs/; Latin: Ianus, pronounced [ˈjaː.nus]) is the god of beginnings, gates, transitions, time, doorways, passages, and endings. He is usually depicted as having two faces, since he looks to the future and to the past. It is conventionally thought that the month of January is named for Janus (Ianuarius),[ but according to ancient Roman farmers’ almanacs Juno was the tutelary deity of the month Janus presided over the beginning and ending of conflict, and hence war and peace. The doors of his temple were open in time of war, and closed to mark the peace. As a god of transitions, he had functions pertaining to birth and to journeys and exchange, and in his association with Portunus, a similar harbor and gateway god, he was concerned with travelling, trading and shipping ** ** Any way whatever you do, I hope 2018/9 is a good year for you! Any problems please email me. Some nice feedback if time permits!
PP Assembly on Reconciliation
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PP Assembly on Reconciliation

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This assembly would suit both Primary and Secondary students. It would be useful after a bullying spate. Pupils write and take part in the roleplays that can form the central part of the assembly It makes the point that reconciliation is based on the premise that if we want forgiveness then we must offer it to others and this is a normal part of any relationship. The assembly can also be used without the roleplays so very adaptable. It is structured as follows: Why is reconciliation important? Why don’t we forgive one another? How can we make up after quarreling? It includes the following: Choice of inspiring story A choice of short films on forgiveness- You Tube links given Two spiritual quotes on forgiveness Prayer on the theme Final thought Call to action Please leave me a review or feedback telling me how you used this resource and why
PP: What Is Historical Significance?
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PP: What Is Historical Significance?

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Suit Y7 or Y8 Includes PP, Pupil task sheets (differentiated) self review criteria and suggested relevant film clips Please leave me a review or feedback telling me how you used this resource and why
Stalin's Russia- A Level
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Stalin's Russia- A Level

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*Stalin's agricultural policies *Totalitarian state? *Intro to Hitler and Stalin *Cultural policies *Bio *Role of ideology *Rise to Power *Why Stalin not Trotsky?
PP Assembly: St Francis Man of The Moment
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PP Assembly: St Francis Man of The Moment

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Here you are! Ready to go! I have linked Pope Francis to St Francis so this assembly can be used for either. All you need is answers to two questions- (1) What is Francis patron saint of? St. Francis of Assisi, born in Umbria in 1181, was the founder of the Franciscan Order. He died on October 4, 1226 at the age of 45. Francis is considered the founder of all Franciscan Orders and the patron saint of ecologists and merchants. (2) Who was he? St Francis of Assisi: Go and Rebuild my Church HD film on You Tube or base talk on this:St. Francis of Assisi abandoned a life of luxury for a life devoted to Christianity after reportedly hearing the voice of God, who commanded him to rebuild the Christian church and live in poverty. He is the patron saint for ecologists. Born in Italy circa 1181, St. Francis of Assisi was renowned for drinking and partying in his youth. After fighting in a battle between Assisi and Perugia, Francis was captured and imprisoned for ransom. He spent nearly a year in prison—awaiting his father's payment—and, according to legend, began receiving visions from God. After his release from prison, Francis heard the voice of Christ, who told him to repair the Christian Church and live a life of poverty. Consequently, he abandoned his life of luxury and became a devotee of the faith, his reputation spreading all over the Christian world. Later in life, Francis reportedly received a vision that left him with the stigmata of Christ—marks resembling the wounds Jesus Christ suffered when he was crucified—making Francis the first person to receive such holy wounds. He was canonized as a saint on July 16, 1228. Today, St. Francis of Assisi has had a lasting resonance with millions of followers across the globe. Please leave me a review or feedback telling me how you used this resource and why Any problems please contact me directly.
PP Assembly on Time
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PP Assembly on Time

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PP Assembly on Time and how we use or waste it! Therefore there’s something for everyone here and it would suit all ages. This resource reminds students that time management is a skill we must all master! It begins by asking pupils to consider how they have spent their time over a holiday but you could change the wording to read ‘weekend’ You then personalise the next slides as to pictures of events showing how you have used your time. It includes: Music suggestions- given on PP Bible reading Prayer Call to action Please leave me a review or feedback telling me how you used this resource and why