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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: Harvest: A Labour of Love
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PP Assembly: Harvest: A Labour of Love

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SIX LESSONS OF HARVEST This is a Power Point assembly for harvest that is suitable for Secondary School or upper Primary. It would suit all religious faiths and can easily be adapted. It includes a You Tube link to a harvest film showing that it is not an isolated activity that farmers do in September but a culmination of 12 months of planning, hard work and love. This then becomes the theme of the assembly:**** six lessons we can learn from harvest: Believe in yourself, Be patient, Respect your world, Work hard, teamwork gets results Give thanks and give back.**** (1) Music suggestions: ‘Sowing The Seeds of Love’. : Sting: Fields of Gold or to be traditional ’We Plough the Fields and Scatter’ or even ‘Harvest Moon’ * (2) Video: You Tube: Pay It Forward Acts of Kindness included. (3) Bible reading (4) Final thought (5) Call to action* Pour yourself a large glass and chill! Feedback would be nice. Any probs drop me an email.
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
PP Assembly: Materialism: Life+Money =Happiness?
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PP Assembly: Materialism: Life+Money =Happiness?

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Materialism still unfortunately very much an evil of our society today. Personally I think every school year should include an assembly on this topic. As of January 2018 it is the only TES assembly on Materialism! **It covers the following; ** 1. What is materialism? 2. What is the problem with materialism? 3. What is the solution to materialism? It is aimed at Secondary school children but can be adapted to Primary children or used in an RE lesson. It includes the following: Suggested songs: the Flying Lizards 1979:Money That’s What I want Others could be Madonna’s ‘Material Girl’ , Spice Girls ‘Tell You What I Want’ or Lennon’s ‘Imagine’. Video: an extract from ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ (Clean) to show the destructive powers of money on character. A Bible reading Prayer Current research stats: an extract from the ‘Guardian’ of last year-2017. This is the beginning of a realisation that: if E= money then we don’t get to M C squared =happiness. Final thought Call to action Clearly you can easily adapt this assembly to the post-Christmas period or your own requirements; e.g. stealing/lying. Tell me what you use and why you chose this topic for an assembly. Any problems or queries please email me directly. Positive feedback telling me how you used or adapted this assembly would be really nice!
PP Assembly: Advent: Which Doors Should We Open?
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PP Assembly: Advent: Which Doors Should We Open?

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This assembly would suit Primary or Secondary School. It includes: Music suggestions ‘December will be magic again’ Kate Bush or Wham ‘Last Christmas’ etc Video link - modern clip Bible reading Prayer Final thought Call to action ** The only prop- ** A large Advent calendar. Invite a child to open door one. One containing choccies would be good. Discuss how audience feels about this and what Christmas thoughts fill your mind… **The only info you need is here_ ** The Light of the World (1851–3) is an allegorical painting by the English Pre-Raphaelite artist William Holman Hunt (1827–1910) representing the figure of Jesus preparing to knock on an overgrown and long-unopened door, illustrating Revelation 3:20: “Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if any man hear My voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with Me”. According to Hunt: “I painted the picture with what I thought, unworthy though I was, to be by Divine command, and not simply as a good Subject.”[1] The door in the painting has no handle, and can therefore be opened only from the inside, representing "the obstinately shut mind& Please leave me a review or feedback telling me how you used this resource and why
PP Assembly: Ash Wednesday
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PP Assembly: Ash Wednesday

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Here’s a very versatile assembly on Ash Wednesday that is primarily for Secondary students but would also suit older Primary students. Students are invited to reflect on where they are going on their Lenten journey. **The key questions it answers are: (1) What has Ash Wednesday to do with Christ and the Bible? (2) Why do we put ash on people’s heads? (3) How should we celebrate Ash Wednesday today? ** Email me for further help If you want some inspiration for Lent see- brighterwindows.blogspot.com Here I deal with the question:** Should You Give Up Chocolate For Lent?** And 'A Lenten Journey For 2020’
PP Assembly: Sisters of Mercy
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PP Assembly: Sisters of Mercy

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Great for a Catholic School assembly or especially for school founded by this order It looks at the order's history and present works. Suit Upper Primary and Secondary School students Opening music could be something from the land of the founder- example included See my other whole school assemblies Open to requests for additional topics!
PP Assembly Our beautiful  world- God in nature
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PP Assembly Our beautiful world- God in nature

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This is a very versatile assembly that would suit Primary and Secondary students All pictures are my own photos What do we do in school to spoil its environment? What do we do at home? What do people do in out town? What do people do in our world? It includes- Video clip Bible reading Prayer Music suggestions Final Thought Call To action Some nice feedback on how you used this assembly would be nice.
PP Assembly: What Does Christmas mean today?
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PP Assembly: What Does Christmas mean today?

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All Age assembly: fresh, thought-provoking and tinsel-wrapped! Chill and finish the Christmas shopping… Email me if you want the script or the Slade song after purchasing. Emails responded to every day about 6am… saraparticco@gmail.com Please leave me a review or feedback telling me how you used this resource and why
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!