Best of Secondary Assembly File

Best of Secondary Assembly File

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Fifty-five clearly structured and focused assemblies taken from "The Secondary Assembly File". The philosophy behind "The Secondary Assembly File" is to offer a framework around which people with a religious faith or none can unite with both honesty and integrity and to promote the school's sense of community, offering experiences that are inclusive, enabling all members of the school to participate. It aims to be consistent with the school's aims and philosophy and with the ideals and values pursued by the school. You can use the assemblies exactly as they are with little preparation, or you can adapt them to suit your own particular needs - either way the text should help you to save time.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • PFP Publishing Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 1874050392
  • 9781874050391

Table of contents

Metamorphosis: well, what can I do about it?; donkey's dreiers and watermills; have you no home to go to?; these streets aren't paved with gold; bullying; no problem here; Jealousy; it's not your fault; get you after school; so they like doing it? Barriers: barriers of age; Barriers of war; images of gender; religious clothing; the new taboo HIV and AIDS. Conservation: life depends on water; like a dog in a car global warming. Whose is all this junk?: junk in space; one man's meat. Choice and decisions: what makes you choose; Dietrich Bonhoeffer; learning to compromise. Moral dilemmas: how to choose (abortion). Democracy. What's it worth?: what am I bid? they were only coins; bin it and buy a new one?; the wrong trainers; real riches. Discovery; the "gift" of discovery; a moral dilemma undiscovery?; run your race; out of this world?; a change for the better? Journeys: life's like that; personal journeys; from country to country; rites of passage; the excitement of journeying. Peace: "peace be with you"; pacifism; making peace; "I don't want to be afraid"; peace of mind. In the news; "Good news"; propaganda; the many faces of censorship; respect the privacy principle; "to be or not to be: that is the question". Courage; what is courage?; emotional courage; physical courage; the courage of belief; the courage to be yourself.show more