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It is a Christian duty to love one’s neighbour, but in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus also taught that you should love your enemies: ‘If ye salute your brethren only, what do ye more than others?’ (Matthew 5: 43–48).

Objectives

SEAL: New beginnings; Relationships (social skills).

PSHE: 1a. To face new challenges positively; 2f. To resolve differences.

Assembly type

Friends and foes

Main assembly (Preview)

This assembly is taken from Assemble and sing! For Ages 7-11 by Paul Noble and Stuart Watkinson (Scholastic, 978 0439945769, £30).

Key Ideas

The world is a beautiful place that is made even more so by friendship and love of one another, an idea promoted by many religions:
in Judaism, for example, the Torah states, ‘Love your neighbour like yourself’ (Leviticus (Old Testament) 19:18).

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Reviews

  1. Misinformation
    on 10 February 2010

    Quality assembly time

    As I only do a KS1 assembly 2 or 3 times a term it was usually left to the last minute and rather hurriedly put together. Using these assemblies and the high quality supporting resources has definitely ‘raised the standard’ of my performance!

    5out of 5