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This quick school assembly, ideal for World Water Day and during flu pandemics, is designed to help raise basic hygiene awareness.
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.
Why is the red cross special? Explore what it means in both armed conflict and international law with this school assembly kit.
Mikhail Kalashnikov wishes he'd invented a lawn mower. Explore guns and law with a fascinating assembly script and add-on activities.
The Positive Images toolkit is an educational resource on migration and development that can be used to teach young people aged 12 and over.
A look at food insecurity and hunger, its causes, the ways in which people cope, and popular misconceptions about starvation and famine.
Prison visits make people happy. Find out why, and learn more about the law and detainees following an armed conflict.
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.
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.
This assembly activity is the perfect way to introduce first aid education to pupils aged 5–11 in your school