9th July 2015
Natural Disasters & Diseases (7TH Tutor Assembly)
- The assembly was based on how the world is affected by natural disasters and diseases and how people come together in order to help when the events happen in different areas of the world.
2nd July 2015
Thomas Boughey High School (7JK Tutor Assembly)
- The origins and development of Sir Thomas Boughey High School, and who was Sir Thomas Boughey.
30th June 2015
Advice (Mr O'Connor)
Pupils were presented with some tips on choosing which advice to take. Finished off with 4 pearls of wisdom:
• Always empty the bin before its full
• Never go to the toilet with your phone in your back pocket
• If in doubt get a second opinion
• Learn from your mistakes
26th June 2015
Obscure Sports (7CZ Tutor Assembly)
- The students talked about obscure sports such as fireball & cheese rolling.
19th June 2015
Significant Events in the Lives of Historical Figures (8LF Tutor Assembly)
- 8LF researched into significant events in the lives of historical figures throughout the months of May and June. Reflecting on these events and achievements, how this has shaped the world, nation and our views on success.
18th June 2015
Inventions (8GW Tutor Assembly)
- The students researched how inventions have changed the way we live and explored some of the most popular invesntions in the world as well as some less well known ideas.
16th June 2015
Common Sense (Mr Cumberland)
- The theme for this morning’s assembly was common sense. It started with a picture of a child’s batman costume complete with the label, “Caution, wearing this costume does not enable the wearer to fly.” It concluded with a quotation from Douglas Adams, "Human beings are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, they are remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so."
12th June 2015
Britishness (7JW Tutor Assembly)
- What it means to be British was the theme. We talked about British Landmarks, British Events and Famous Brits.
10th June 2015
Elephant Tethers (Mr Cumberland )
- The assembly started with a picture of an elephant tied up with a small piece of string, far too weak to prevent it walking away. I explained that when elephants are young thy are tied up with rope and chains they cannot break and eventually they stop trying, they have learnt the tether cannot be broken, so that in later life regardless of what they are tethered with they do not even try to escape. I then considered the “elephant tethers” that we have that prevent us from making the most of our lives.
22nd May 2015
The Dangers of Energy Drinks (8ND Tutor Assembly)
- Our tutor group researched the dangerous effects and consequences of consuming high numbers of energy drinks.
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