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Secondary Assembly Performance 'Labels' by 9C and 9I

Informative and entertaining assembly highlighting on labelling types of people and the idea of 'status-quo'

  • Secondary School Assembly - Labels by 9C and 9I
  • Secondary Assembly Performance by 9C and 9I
  • Secondary Assembly Performance by 9C and 9I
  • Secondary Assembly Performance by 9C and 9I
  • Secondary Assembly Performance by 9C and 9I
  • Secondary Assembly Performance by 9C and 9I
  • Secondary Assembly Performance by 9C and 9I

Classes 9C and 9I joined forces to produce the Secondary School assembly last week. The students wanted to focus on 'labelling' types of people, and how this can have a detrimental effect on their self-esteem and individuality.

They worked together to create an informative and entertaining assembly that highlighted the idea of 'status-quo' and most importantly, how it's okay to be yourself and follow your aspirations. They explained that being part of a group is fantastic for many reasons, but recognising and encouraging a variety of strengths, interests and differences among peer groups is very important to everyone's success and happiness.

Joanne Harris
Year 9 Class Teacher