Autumn Term Assembly Plans
A fantastic range of assemblies, for ks3 and ks4.
Assembly plan topics include; Welcome Back, Ramadan, Bonfire Night, International Day of Peace.
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‘Sexting’ is one of a collection of Secondary Assembly Plans available for convenient download from the Teaching Resources website.
December is Anger Awareness month. This assembly highlights the four triggers to anger, and makes suggestions as to how you can deal with anger.
Clarify what is meant by climate change using recent climate and weather related disasters as examples
Enterprise week is during November. Link to any enterprise activities the school may be running.
A brief look at the history of Christmas, and Christmas traditions, along with a reminder of the real meaning of the festive period.
Ramadan is celebrated from the 9th July to the 7th of August.
Using props including lights, fireworks and sweets, this assembly plan explores the Hindu festival of Diwali.
Another top rated assembly plan, which clarifies the importance of PSHE and personal development subjects for students.
This assembly plan uses the Olympic Games as a theme or exploring the topic of tolerance.
A positive spin on the topic of peer pressure.
A recent NSPCC survey showed that 1 in 4 teenage girls interviewed had experienced violence in a relationship with a boyfriend.
The UN International Day of Peace is held on the 21st September.
Introduce the idea of transition – starting something new, with your new year 7 students.
The origins of Halloween and where our Halloween traditions come from.
Human Rights Day is celebrated on the 10th of December.
An introduction to the Jewish festival of Hannukkah.
New Year, new start. This assembly is about reflecting on past achievements, target setting and planning.
One of our most popular assembly plans, guaranteed to put a smile on everyone’s face in the first week of the new term.
World Smile Day is on the first Friday in October
Use at the beginning of year 10 as a positive, fun assembly.
What is laughter? Why do we find some things funny? This assembly explains a little about laughter, and how it signifies being happy as part of a group and belonging. It also makes a point about the appropriate time for laughter and understanding the difference between laughing at someone, and laughing with someone.
In this assembly, we pay tribute to the life and work of Steve Jobs and take inspiration from him.
An engaging presentation of the history behind Bonfire Night and the Gunpowder plot.
National Stress Day takes place in November.
An assembly on a careers topic for years 10 and 11 - how can we get away from gender stereotypes in our careers choices?
Educate students about cyber bullying – how it happens and how it can be stopped.
Teach students about the importance of Respect and how it should be used.
Remembrance day assembly plan for the 11th of November.
Autumn Term Assembly Ideas
Our autumn term secondary assembly plans bring you a wide selection of assembly ideas for your class. With the new school year beginning and a host of religious events, there are a huge number of topics covered within these teaching ideas and resources.
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Here is an example - taken from the Abusive Relationships assembly
- PowerPoint slide 1: (On student entry to hall. There is a link on this slide to the Jennifer Hudson song “Spotlight” which is relevant for this topic if you have internet access and speakers. Allow a minute for the track to begin. Alternatively you could play the song on a CD.) Teacher: “The Jennifer Hudson song “Spotlight” is about a relationship where one person is controlling and abusing the other. This morning’s assembly will be on the topic of abusive relationships, in the light of a recent survey. This survey made some disturbing discoveries.
- PowerPoint slide 2: Teacher: “The NSPCC surveyed over 1000 young people across the UK aged 13 to 17, and asked them about their relationships. These are some of the key findings. (Read from slide or ask students to read from slide if appropriate). These statistics mean that some of you in our school will be involved in relationships that are abusive or violent. Obviously, as a school we do not tolerate bullying of any kind – even, or especially, if it is between young people who are involved in a relationship.”
Further Assembly Topics
There are many more assembly plans and ideas in the Spring term assembly and Summer term assembly categories.