Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural Assemblies
2017-18 "Believe It Or Not"
Our theme for 2017-2018 addresses the range of human beliefs and is entitled be these political, religious, cultural or personal, helping us to consider the British Value of Mutual Respect for the Beliefs of Others
We will look at what other people believe, examine what we ourselves believe, consider if beliefs can change and learn how to live peacefully alongside other people with whom we disagree.
We hope we will learn from the variety of beliefs, convictions and opinions around us and be all the wiser for it.
Each half term has a broad theme:
1 What do people believe? 2 Facts & opinions? 3 Do people Need To Believe The Same Thing?
4 How Do Beliefs Influence Actions? 5 What Should I Believe? 6 Why Do people Need To Believe?
Below are sample presentations from assembly in 2017-18:
2016-17 Being Free & Staying Free
Our theme for 2016-17 adressed Individual Liberty, and was entitled: "Being Free & Staying Free", centering around ways in which children can keep themselves safe, identify and prevent bullying, plan free and aspirational futures, appreciate and make use of their freedoms and contribute to the freedoms of society. Each half term has a broad theme:
1 What is Freedom? 2 What is Bullying? 3 Personal Power
4 Education Makes us Free 5 How Free is Free? 6 Books Will Set You Free!
Below are sample presentations from assembly in 2016-17.