A range of ideas for school assemblies based on our four key questions, ideal for use to promote SMSC development. All these assemblies have been written by teachers and delivered in schools
This assembly uses the concept of a quiz where children look at images of their staff and listen to interesting things about them. The challenge is to match the information they hear with the image they see.
An inspiring range of ideas and teaching resources designed for school assemblies, and based on our four key questions, ideal for use with SMSC development.
To promote moral understanding of human rights and responsibilities, and the way that we all have a duty to uphold the rights of others.
To develop pupils’ understanding of diversity within the school community and develop curiosity about the lives of others.
To develop pupils’ moral understanding of the values of perseverance and supporting others and their interest and empathy for others, using the story of Derek Redmond’s perseverance in injury and disappointment to explore the topics: How can we keep going when things go wrong? How can we help others?
To help pupils to understand how they can contribute to society in small ways but that make a positive difference.
To develop pupils’ curiosity in others and cultural understanding of the diversity of experience of migration and belonging in people they know.
To develop pupils’ understanding of diversity within their own school and to help them understand that there is more depth to everyone’s story than is visible.
Allerton Primary School in Bradford has developed an assembly strategy where representatives from the local interfaith centre, local churches and youth workers come together in an assembly they have jointly planned with a teacher from the school.