This week’s assembly draws on events that occurred on this day in history. Illustrating how these events have impacted on our lives, helping pupils to recognise and appreciate the significance of every day.

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This issue focuses on the importance of teachers being emotionally aware in order to set a good example. This requires the ability to assess how their actions (body language, gestures etc.) are perceived by pupils.

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Pupils who have significant difficulties with spelling will need some sort of structured programme. This week we provide some tips and a HELPSHEET which outlines a possible group or individual education plan.

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The recent media frenzy surrounding the safety of personal information has pushed data protection and information sharing back into the spotlight. We consider whether the risk of losing children’s information should make us review our methods of sharing it.

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This week’s assembly focuses on the question, ‘who is the world’s youngest male Olympian?’ after the recent contestation over who can truly claim that record

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These activities encourage pupils to think both logically and creatively to find solutions for everyday problems

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This secondary enrichment activity gets pupils to consider the ethics of economic conditions

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This week we explore four eminently achievable ways of boosting the ‘softer’ side of CPD in schools without necessarily having to devote vast sums to the cause

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2008 is a leap year! This primary assembly looks briefly at the mathematics of the occasion, and at some of the customs that have grown up around it

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This assembly features the new three-year plan put forward by Save the Children, which aims to preserve the lives of ten million at-risk children every year. It shows how simple inexpensive solutions can keep children alive.

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