Why is the red cross special? Explore what it means in both armed conflict and international law with this school assembly kit.
The red cross emblem assembly kit
A photo-based assembly or lesson plan to mark the tenth anniversary of 9-11. A clear and impartial account of the attacks and their aftermath.
Mikhail Kalashnikov wishes he'd invented a lawn mower. Explore guns and law with a fascinating assembly script and add-on activities.
This school assembly kit provides a way of raising and exploring death, bereavement and grief with children and young people.
This assembly activity is the perfect way to introduce first aid education to pupils aged 5–11 in your school
School lesson plans and assembly ideas looking at the Haiti earthquake January 2010. Includes videos, photos, audio material and discussion ideas.
A range of materials, ideas and triggers for students focusing on the human response to HIV and AIDS and on the reactions of other people.
An insight into what happened to three people affected by events that hit the headlines. How they have coped since?
Help students appreciate why it is important to know the fate of a missing person. This assembly is suitable for the Day of the Disappeared.
This school assembly kit encourages young people to think about emergency situations in their lives and how they might deal with them.
This scripted assembly looks at the laws that govern the treatment of prisoners of war and what being a prisoner of war might be like.
This quick school assembly, ideal for World Water Day and during flu pandemics, is designed to help raise basic hygiene awareness.