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In my shop you will find fresh assemblies and Historical resources Y7-13
PP Assembly on Easter: 2020 Years Ago
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PP Assembly on Easter: 2020 Years Ago

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This assembly would suit both Primary and Secondary students. A very versatile number here as you can see from the title. It includes the following: 2 Videos, 2 Bible readings, a Prayer, Final inspiring thought and a Call to action. **Music suggestions: * Seconds - Human League, or Death Was Arrested - NorthPoint Inside Out, or King of Rome-PetShop Boys, or Rhianna -We Found Love but many others would suit. (See You Tube) * TALKS Introduction To Assembly In 1950 C. S. Lewis wrote The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a fantasy novel for children. Most of the novel is set in Narnia, a land of talking animals and mythical creatures that is ruled by the evil White Witch. In the frame story, four English children are relocated to a large, old country house following a wartime evacuation. The youngest, Lucy, visits Narnia three times via the magic of a wardrobe in a spare room. Lucy’s three siblings are with her on her third visit to Narnia. In Narnia, the siblings seem fit to fulfill an old prophecy and find themselves adventuring to save Narnia and their own lives. The lion Aslan gives his life to save one of the children; he later rises from the dead……… Who Was C. S. Lewis and Why Did He Write This Book? Clive Staples Lewis (29 November 1898 – 22 November 1963) was a British writer and lay theologian. He held academic positions in English literature at both Oxford University (Magdalen College, 1925–1954) and Cambridge University (Magdalene College, 1954–1963). He is best known for his works of fiction, especially The Screwtape Letters, The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Space Trilogy According to Lewis’s memoir Surprised by Joy, he was baptised in the Church of Ireland, but fell away from his faith during adolescence. Lewis returned to Anglicanism at the age of 32, owing to the influence of Tolkien and other friends, and he became an “ordinary layman of the Church of England”.[2] Lewis’s faith profoundly affected his work, and his wartime radio broadcasts on the subject of Christianity brought him wide praise. Lewis wrote more than 30 books[3] which have been translated into more than 30 languages and have sold millions of copies. Lewis wrote the book for (and dedicated it to) his goddaughter, Lucy Barfield. She was the daughter of Owen Barfield, Lewis’s friend, teacher, adviser, and trustee.[4] In 2003, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe was ranked ninth on the BBC’s The Big Read poll.[5] Time magazine included the novel in its list of the 100 Best Young-Adult Books of All Time.[6] Check out my blog: brighterwindows.blogspot.com for further inspiration.; e.g. A Lenten Journey in 2020, Should We Give Up Choc for Lent? Can We Believe in Life after Death? Please leave me a review or feedback telling me how you used this resource and why
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
IGCSE History: Depth Study Germany-1 Introduction
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IGCSE History: Depth Study Germany-1 Introduction

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MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUCK PRICING 20p transaction fee Tax 60% Royalty to me- about £1 You get 2/3 hours work + for just over £1! WHAT IS YOUR BANG? Hook, Time Travel, other film clips, maps, pictures. sources, lesson plan, student tasks [](http://audiopi.co.uk/The Cold War) WHAT IS MY BANG? £1 (!!!) and a rocket review from you. Thank You in anticipation.
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 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: The Gift of Christmas
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PP Assembly: The Gift of Christmas

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This assembly would suit Secondary children. It is an interactive PP and would suit a class or an assembly hall. It is structured as follows: (1) What would you like for Christmas? (2) What gifts are you giving this Christmas? (3) What is the best gift you are giving this Christmas? It includes: Music: ‘All I Want for Christmas’ Video- The Christmas Gift Experience Bible reading Prayer Final thought & Call to action MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUCK PRICING 20p transaction fee Tax 60% Royalty to me- about £1 You get 2/3 hours work + for just over £1! WHAT IS YOUR BANG? Hook, PP, pictures. questions. [](http://audiopi.co.uk/The Cold War) WHAT IS MY BANG? £1 (!!!) and a rocket review from you. Thank You in anticipation.
IGCSE History: The Soviet Takeover of Eastern Europe
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IGCSE History: The Soviet Takeover of Eastern Europe

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MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUCK PRICING 20p transaction fee Tax 60% Royalty to me- about £1 You get 2/3 hours work + for just over £1! WHAT IS YOUR BANG? Hook, Time Travel, other film clips, maps, pictures. sources, lesson plan, student tasks [](http://audiopi.co.uk/The Cold War) WHAT IS MY BANG? £1 (!!!) and a rocket review from you. Thank You in anticipation.
IGCSE History: League of Nations Conclusion Successes & Failures
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IGCSE History: League of Nations Conclusion Successes & Failures

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MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUCK PRICING 20p transaction fee Tax 60% Royalty to me- about £1 You get 2/3 hours work + for just over £1! WHAT IS YOUR BANG? Hook, Time Travel, other film clips, maps, pictures. sources, lesson plan, student tasks [](http://audiopi.co.uk/The Cold War) WHAT IS MY BANG? £1 (!!!) and a rocket review from you. Thank You in anticipation.
LITERACY MAT: SPANISH ARMADA
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LITERACY MAT: SPANISH ARMADA

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SUIT Y8 or any unit on Elizabeth I or Warfare Throughout Time Now lay the table and get the wine out! Please leave me a review or feedback telling me how you used this resource and why
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: 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 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