ASSEMBLY: FROM SMALL BEGINNINGS COME GREAT THINGS

ASSEMBLY: FROM SMALL BEGINNINGS COME GREAT THINGS

A teaching resource provided by Rachel Evans.

Resource Description

This Power Point is a colourful slide show to help in discussion activities for whole school KS2 assemblies or for Year 3-6 PSHE circle time. Move through the slides and encourage pupils to guess what the small beginning on each picture will become. The next slide will show the outcome of the small beginning. The pictures have a scientific focus, with small beginnings being brain cells or bacteria causing diseases of pandemic proportions. I supplemented the above assembly by reading a story about a small beginning becoming something great and ending with a prayer recognising, giving thanks for and congratulating pupils on once being a small beginning and now being something great. We then reflected on the great things to come in our future.

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Assembly
Whole school service
Circle time

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