Primary Assembly Pack
Primary Assembly Pack
The original SUMO4Schools assembly pack for primary schools from c. 2011
The SUMO4Schools assembly pack provides stimulating, ready-to-use resources helping you to deliver truly memorable SUMO assemblies and reduce the amount of time you spend preparing school assemblies. Each thought-provoking assembly covers a SUMO principle with accompanying PowerPoint presentations. There are also two specially produced video clips for each of the principles.
The SUMO4Schools assembly pack provides stimulating, ready-to-use resources helping you to deliver truly memorable SUMO assemblies and reduce the amount of time you spend preparing school assemblies. Each thought-provoking assembly covers a SUMO principle with accompanying PowerPoint presentations. There are also two specially produced video clips for one of the principles.
The Assembly Pack CD is available at £39+VAT
There are 18 fun assemblies in total covering:
Change Your T-shirt encourages children to take responsibility for their own life. It asks them to consider different aspects of their life and reflect on how their decisions shape the perspectives they have. The aims of the sessions are to empower children through recognising that their choices are significant, encourage children to stop blaming others for what happens and understand that they all have multiple intelligences and potential.
Fruity Thinking explores how the way our thinking affects our potential to achieve. Negative thinking invariably leads to negative results while positive thinking will lead to positive outcomes. The lessons introduce the TEAR model; Thinking > Emotions > Actions > Results. It asks the question 'what influences your thinking?' and encourages children to develop a level of self awareness where by their actions are less reactionary and more response orientated. The aims of the session are for children to identify those thoughts which limit their potential and change them to positive empowering thoughts.
Hippo Time is OK helps children understand how setbacks affect them and how to recover from them. The sessions aim to develop emotional intelligence by exploring emotions and how they need to be managed. The sessions aim to provide strategies for encountering and overcoming problems and setbacks while recognising that we all need to wallow a little… we just need to be careful how long it lasts.
Remember the Beachball introduces the social aspects of SUMO4Schools Primary. The principle helps children explore their own experiences and reflect on what has shaped their worldview. The lessons develop collaborative and co-operative learning while supporting global citizenship. The aim of the session is to explore why other people's perspectives may be valid even though they are different from our own. It encourages us to seek to understand other people's world view.
Learn Latin introduces the idea that change comes through action. New thinking on its own will lead nowhere it must be matched by action. Carpe Diem - seize the day encourages children to act upon their beliefs and rise to the challenges that face them. The sessions look at the factors which hinder action and provide strategies for moving forward. The aim of the unit is to move children from saying 'I wish I had!' to 'I am glad I did!'
Ditch Doris Day challenges children to set goals. It encourages them to create their own future rather than leave it to chance. The sessions seek to equip children with tools to help with goal setting and confidence building; the aim being to empower children with self belief to reach their full potential. It challenges the children to ask the question 'what future do you want and how are you going to get it?' As the saying goes, 'from little acorns grow mighty oaks!'
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