Special assemblies for Schools for SustFest22
These special SustFest22 assemblies have been put together by the volunteers from our Sustainable Schools groups for schools across St Albans, Harpenden and the villages to use during the Sustainability Festival 15-31 May 2022.
Preparation: Please note some of the assemblies have links to internet sites, including You Tube videos. You will need to ensure your firewall does not prevent you from accessing these resources – we recommend a dummy run!
Teachers’ Notes: There are Teachers’ Notes for both Primary and Secondary schools for you to download. These include information on the content as well as links you can use to further develop your pupils’ understanding of climate change and how you can take action within school.
Fliers for Parents/carers: We would be grateful if you would send our fliers to Parents/Carers after watching the assemblies with your students. There is a flier for Primary and a flyer for Secondary.
If you have any problems, please do contact us using the form on the main schools page (link to that page at the bottom of this one).
For Primary Schools
Please find below Primary School Teachers’ Notes, Parent/Carer flier and the actual SustFest22 assemblies.
The Infants Assembly – suitable for Reception, KS1 and lower KS2
This assembly takes the form of a video by children’s author, Ellie Jackson, of the Wild Tribe Heroes books. She is reading her story “Hunter’s Icy Adventure”. You can see all her books on the Wild Tribe Heroes website.
Download the video to your local machine via the link above or click the image below to watch on You Tube.
Direct YouTube link is https://youtu.be/jC-Po9Ltsmo.
The Juniors Assembly – suitable for KS2
The Juniors Assembly takes the form of a powerpoint presentation to be delivered by teachers or, possibly, students. You will see that there are a number of notes against each slide to help you know what to say.
For Secondary Schools
Please find below Teachers’ Notes, Parent/Carer Fliers and the actual SustFest22 assemblies for secondary schools
The Secondary Assembly
The Secondary Schools’ Assembly takes the form of a powerpoint presentation be delivered by teachers or students. There are notes against each slide so that the presenter knows what to say.