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9SE Assembly on Cooperation and Making a Difference

In their Friday assembly 9SE shared their thoughts on how teamwork can make a difference.

  • Secondary School Assembly: Global Goals by Year 9SE
  • 9SE Assembly on Cooperation and Making a Difference
  • 9SE Assembly on Cooperation and Making a Difference
  • 9SE Assembly on Cooperation and Making a Difference
  • 9SE Assembly on Cooperation and Making a Difference
  • 9SE Assembly on Cooperation and Making a Difference
  • 9SE Assembly on Cooperation and Making a Difference
  • 9SE Assembly on Cooperation and Making a Difference

As part of the Global Campus focus on the UN’s sustainable development goals 9SE has been thinking about the UN’s largest lesson. In their assembly 9SE shared two key messages: 

  1. How working together can make impossible tasks possible 
  2. We can all make a positive change in the world. 

The idea that if everyone around the world made some changes to help others then the world’s problems would seem much smaller. Our assembly featured an impossible task that became easy once teamwork was involved. This was to identify that if we work together as a global community we can make a big difference. The UN’s largest lesson starts on 24th September, get involved!

Sally Eades-Laird
Year 9SE Class Teacher