We give away all our resources for free. If you like what you see - please do consider donating to us the coffee that created them ! We believe words bring life and so all our assemblies start with the prayer; let these be words for life to come!
This month I was given the topic of the David Bowie song Golden Years. Whilst this is an unlikely topic to be repeated around schools, I hope you find inspiration in the words written for encouraging hope in any group of young people! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFMVniZxY5o I get impatient One thing I know about myself, I don’t… Continue reading for when life takes you nowhere
Remind Your Parents In two days’ time, something new is starting and that is the season of Lent which means excitingly tomorrow is Pancake Day (also known as Shrove Tuesday). I’m sure many of you are going to go home to make sure your parents know that tomorrow you are having pancakes for breakfast and… Continue reading Fasting from negativity
For this talk, I was asked to reflect on the song 10,000 Reasons by Matt Redman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtwIT8JjddM Bless the Lord Who here, like me, is not a morning person? I am NOT a morning person, nor have I ever been a morning person – even on days that are exciting or important I struggle to… Continue reading 10,000 Reasons
Good morning! Officially at the end of today, you will have nine and a half days of school left! Nine and a half days of waking up and getting ready to get to school in time Nine and a half days until the summer holidays and endless time on your hands!! ARE YOU PREPARED? I… Continue reading BE PREPARED
On my last count, I have 354 facebook friends, 398 twitter followers and 154 Instagram followers. I am connected to them, therefore in relationship with them, but is it a good relationship, could I trust them all? Your theme this term, has been to look at the 7 keys to good relationships. Today we are… Continue reading TRUST
In the late 14th Century, a Latin word came into being. This word meant to strike against, to contend, to combat, clash, to disagree. This word conflict has entered our language so much that I think wherever we turn, we see it. Conflict in the world, in our families, in our schools, in our own… Continue reading THE WARS WE WAGE