Assembly plans

Assemblies can be a useful place to share information and open up general discussions about children’s mental health.

They also provide opportunities for children to see themselves as part of the wider, whole-school community which shares a common set of values and has a positive ethos about mental health and wellbeing.

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Spread a little kindness: assembly guide

Spread a little kindness: assembly guide

Assembly plan with suggested books and presentation slides to deliver an assembly to primary school...

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Get through difficult times and bounce forward

Get through difficult times and bounce forward

Assembly plan, presentation and suggested resources to support the development of resilience.

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Bereavement and loss assembly plans

Bereavement and loss assembly plans

Two assembly plans opening up a dialogue and supporting coping mechanisms on issues relating to...

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Words following a bereavement

Words following a bereavement

This resource gives some simple and brief guidance on how to hold a whole school assembly to use in...

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Being ourselves – help children develop self-esteem

Being ourselves – help children develop self-esteem

Some children and young people can find it difficult to think positively about themselves. Designed...

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Social and emotional learning

Social and emotional learning

Assembly plans from previous SEAL programme of work focused on supporting children’s experiences of...

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Talking Mental Health: assembly plan

Assembly plan for raising awareness about mental health in schools. Includes a video, assembly plan...

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Zippy's Friends

Zippy's Friends

A school-based programme that uses stories, role play, drawing and discussion activities to teach...

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