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What is AssemblyTube?

AssemblyTube is a free website for Assembly Leaders.

It is a “not for profit” website, paid for, and run by, qualified teachers with more than 20 years experience of leading school assemblies.

Our aim is to build a community of assembly leaders who can gain from one another, pass on good ideas, and pick up tips. If you are an experienced leader, can you help newer colleagues? If you are new to leading assemblies, why not ask for advice.
If you know a new assembly leader who would benefit from AssemblyTube, please let them know about this website.

If you have not visited AssemblyTube, you may not be aware of the features.

The Calendar is one of our most popular features with an assembly for every day of the year. KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, assemblies, Scripts to whole assemblies, Music to start or end your assembly, and a new Christmas Carols section. KS1 Assembly Requests, KS2 Assembly Requests, KS3 Assembly Requests, KS4 Assembly Requests
If you have problems showing Youtube videos, why not download the videos using our free software. Then you can show the videos anywhere! Why not show images at the start or end of assembly. We have a growing media collection. If you want to store your own images, you can upload them to the gallery for free. If you are looking for something in particular why not use the “Tags” section or carry out a “Search”. You can share your favourite assemblies using Twitter by clicking the icons on each assembly. If you are not sure about how to do something in AssemblyTube, try the “FAQ” section.

We hope you can join in with helping other teachers in their Assembly Leadership role.
Most of us came into teaching to help other people, not to make lots of money.
AssemblyTube gives Assembly Leaders a chance to help one another.
You can access many of AssemblyTube’s features as a guest, but many more if you register and log in.

Please share your expertise.

 

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