We are delighted to provide free school assemblies for Years 1-2, Years 3-6 and Years 7-11. Each assembly is based around a popular feature film and is designed to help school pupils develop a greater understanding of themselves, their community and the world around them, and to explore the Bible’s teaching about contemporary issues.
To find your free assemblies click on the year group you are teaching:
This assembly explores what the Bible teaches about God: his transcendence (the belief that God exists beyond the world that we know and experience) and immanence (the belief that God exists within the world that we know and experience).
This assembly explores issues of right and wrong, and presents a biblical answer to the question of how to make the right choices. It encourages students to look for help from other people, and from reliable sources.
This assembly uses an excerpt from Wonder Woman to consider the Christian perspective that everyone is good, made in the image of God, but everyone has also rebelled against God, and is capable of evil action.
Good team-mates put each other’s needs before their own comfort and help us to discover that we are capable of extraordinary courage. This assembly explores the Bible’s teaching on selflessness, trust and courage.
Through reflection on an Old Testament proverb and a verse from a New Testament letter, this assembly offers students the opportunity to consider how our actions impact others and to reflect on their friendships.