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Looking for the top 100 Primary School Books that children should read? The TES and the National Association for the Teaching of English ran a survey to find teachers’ top 100 fiction books all children should read before leaving primary school. Here are the results. Click the poster to get ... Read More
Aesops Fables are Great Stories for Assembly Here is AssemblyTube’s Aesop’s Fables with Values Assemblies Links. Hover & click the right arrow to turn the pages, or click to enlarge. Download it from the TES Resources Website or get become an AssemblyTube Member and get it FREE here. What are Fables? Fables are ... Read More
Looking for Primary Reading Books? You have lots of reading books in your school library but it’s always nice to add something to the collection. It can be difficult to match a text to a particular age group. MrsPTeach has collected lots of ideas together & published a free list ... Read More
Everyone loves an Assembly Story. Now members can download our Assembly Story Book absolutely free of charge. 50 great Assembly Stories to have handy for whenever you might need a good story. Why not keep a copy on your PC, mobile phone or tablet, ready for that last minute Assembly. ... Read More
Use AssemblyTube’s 5 Minute Assembly Plan to Deliver Values Assemblies in Your School for the year ahead. Using these downloads, you can create your outline plan in 5 minutes. We now include “British Values” as defined by the DfE. Watch this video to see how easy it is. Download the files which are below the video. ... Read More
Start Your Assembly With a Word of the Day Use the menu at the bottom to view in full screen. Alternatively download to your own computer and show using PowerPoint. This is an embedded Microsoft Office presentation, powered by Office Online.
Everyone Likes Freebies We are offering one of our paid downloads each week for FREE. We call this the Free Download of the Week. This is an item that we normally charge for, and after the item is no longer the download of the week, you will need to purchase it to obtain it. So ... Read More
You use PowerPoint to create presentations for your Assembly, but you are not quite sure about some of the finer details of the program. We have the solution here. Watch the complete video or use the chapter links below it to find something quickly. 00:70 Welcome to PowerPoint 2016 01:00 ... Read More
If you have a problem with links not working in your AssemblyTube PowerPoint download, this may be caused by an incompatibility between your version of PowerPoint and the version of PowerPoint we used to create the presentation. More information on this. Resolving Your Problem To help you resolve this problem ... Read More
Got problems with an AssemblyTube Presentation not linking to a video? Often this is caused by a combination of your version of PowerPoint, your browser version, and your version of Windows. This video is to help you get to the bottom of your particular problem. If the ideas in the ... Read More
If you have one of our Assembly downloads and the links to videos don’t seem to be working, this is almost certainly caused by you not having access to YouTube from the computer you are using. Check this by trying to access YouTube directly. If you cannot access YouTube from ... Read More
When you purchase a download from the AssemblyTube website, you will get an email with a link. When you click on this link, the items you have ordered will download onto your computer. Occasionally users find that they have not seen an email. If this happens the email has most ... Read More