International Women's Day Assembly 2024

International Women's Day Assembly 2024

Author: EC Publishing
$4.00

Introducing a new International Women's Day Assembly designed to celebrate this year's theme of 'inspiring inclusion'. Suitable for use with either UKS2 or KS3, this thought-provoking and inspirational assembly delves into gender equality, examining its historical significance and why this International Women's Day is profoundly important. We will discuss the courageous, trailblazing women of the past who endured brutal repercussions for their vigilante efforts to secure women's suffrage, granting them the right to vote. We will reflect on what it would have been like to be a woman at the turn of the 20th century, when much of women's lives were micromanaged by men, and discuss how the actions of righteous, awe-inspiring women changed history for the better. Finally, we will reflect on what gender equality means today and why the fight for equality is an ongoing, global responsibility. The assembly incorporates a short video clip as well as interactive elements to keep your students engaged. With all the clips included, the assembly is expected to last approximately 15-20 minutes. The PowerPoint presentation is fully editable, except for the background image. 

Introducing a new International Women's Day Assembly designed to celebrate this year's theme of 'inspiring inclusion'. Suitable for use with either UKS2 or KS3, this thought-provoking and inspirational assembly delves into gender equality, examining its historical significance and why this International Women's Day is profoundly important. We will discuss the courageous, trailblazing women of the past who endured brutal repercussions for their vigilante efforts to secure women's suffrage, granting them the right to vote. We will reflect on what it would have been like to be a woman at the turn of the 20th century, when much of women's lives were micromanaged by men, and discuss how the actions of righteous, awe-inspiring women changed history for the better. Finally, we will reflect on what gender equality means today and why the fight for equality is an ongoing, global responsibility. The assembly incorporates a short video clip as well as interactive elements to keep your students engaged. With all the clips included, the assembly is expected to last approximately 15-20 minutes. The PowerPoint presentation is fully editable, except for the background image.