A Kindness Assembly PowerPoint with ideas for assemblies to support the play ‘When We Started Singing’, reflecting on different ways we can be kind to each other and how we can look after the environment.
Assembly 1: Centring around kindness and the character of Mr Popple.
Assembly 2: A follow up from the play, reflecting on the different ways we can be kind to each other.
Assembly 3: A focus on social action and kindness towards the world and nature. Children will have the opportunity to think about how they can look after the environment and make an environmental pledge as part of #iwill4nature.
This PowerPoint has been created as an assembly on the theme of community, togetherness and social action.
- The assembly looks at the poem ‘Together’ by Matt Goodfellow and highlights the different ways we can connect as a community and engage in bringing a positive change in the world.
This assembly has been created for Key Stage 2 Primary children to allow them to focus on the part they can play in upholding human rights for everyone.
It has been recorded with a voice over for the slides or if you wish to deliver it yourselves in school the script is in the notes below
A key focus of the assembly is the emphasis on how these rights apply to everyone and need to be offered to everyone
This assembly helps children think about what they love about the world. It uses the fantastic ideas and resources from the #Showthelove campaign which is supported by over 100 charities including the Woodland Trust, National Trust as well as many faith and community groups.
Assembly on the importance of scientific discoveries such as vaccines. (ks3-ks5)
This assembly highlights the importance of scientific discoveries such as the Covid 19 vaccines. The aim of this assembly is to give pupils a chance to appreciate the importance of scientific discoveries; particularly the new vaccines to combat Covid-19.
Making a Difference Assembly
The aim of this assembly is to give pupils an opportunity to think about how they can make a difference.
Students will hopefully have a chance to reflect and explore the following:
Can one person really make a difference?
How can we be successful agents of change?