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UK School Assemblies

Resolve International's resources for assemblies and reflection sessions.

These resources for your school assembly form a starting point for developing the understanding other cultures.

Use the materials to show young pupils at junior school what it it is like to live in  poverty in Nepal. The resources are free to use, but take the opportunity to give your children a practical way to help combat child poverty. Young children love to help. A non-uniform day is an easy way to raise money to buy books and pencils which will encourage children in Nepal to attend school.

87% of young people in our 'Youth Survey' (560 people) said they would help other people living in poverty in a developing country. Engage students at the secondary school level in discussions about the similarities and differences between their own lives and those of children in Nepal. Ask them how they would like to help children in Nepal.

Young people love a challenge.

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Primary school assembly resources

1. Combat Child Poverty in Nepal  PDF slideshow without sound (1MB)
2. Schools in Nepal - Books and Pencils PDF slideshow without sound (5MB)
3. Health in Nepal  PDF slideshow without sound (3MB)
4. Schools in Nepal YouTube video 3.5 minutes (internet access required)

 

 

 

Secondary school assembly resources

1. Combat Child Poverty in Nepal PDF slideshow without sound (1MB)
2. Schools in Nepal - Books and Pencils PDF slideshow without sound (5MB)
3. Health in Nepal PDF slideshow without sound (3MB)
4. Schools in Nepal

YouTube video 3.5 minutes (internet access required)

5. Grandparents in Nepal                                            YouTube video 2.5 minutes (internet access required) 

6. Daily life in Nepal                                         YouTube video 4.2 minutes (internet access required)