Your complete guide to assembly ideas

Jane Wood-Chambers

Monday, 11 March 2019

Delivering an assembly is for some senior leaders, the only ‘teaching’ contact that they have with the pupils and one of the main forums in which their exposition and public address style and methods are seen by their members of staff.


Developing and sustaining new, interesting and exciting ideas for assemblies and ensuring that they are engaging, relevant and actually teach something is, in itself a challenge, especially given such high stacks involved!


Planning the assembly content and structure for their delivery is a crucial and essential part of the process and should be approached in the same way that you would approach the planning of a lesson or a staff meeting. It is all about planning!

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Jane Wood-Chambers
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Over 27 years of educational experiences in a number of settings. Developed a clear vision and ethos for inclusion which puts the child at the centre and a clear understanding of how to support, engage and nurture the individual.

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