A presentation you can download and use in a Christmas assembly.
Asking the young people how they plan on spending their time, money and energy this Christmas, this presentation includes story, images and questions for young people to reflect on.
A presentation that can be used in a harvest festival/assembly, or adapted to fit with whatever you need!
A simple exercise for 3 or more students that highlights cooperation, listening and other group skills. It's often used as an exercise for a small group of students as a way of helping them think about the importance of cooperation in a group setting. For example, a group that is starting to meet weekly an anger management programme.
A simple interactive game that works with a wide range of age groups in either the classroom or a group. It's a useful way into topics like conflict, values and relationships.
The game works by participants pairing up and deciding how an imaginary 100 points will be split between them. In doing so, they can only split the 100 points in factors of 10 (100:0, 90:10, 80:20, 70:30, 60:40) but they cannot choose 50:50. In other words, one will have to get more points than the other. They have to agree how the points will be split and they cannot finish the 'negotiation' until that agreement is reached.
The Forgiveness Project is a charitable organisation which explores forgiveness, reconciliation and conflict resolution through real-life human experience. They describe themselves as trying to develop Awareness â€“ raise the debate by collecting and sharing personal stories (and images), Education â€“ encourage and empower people to explore the nature of forgiveness and alternatives to conflict and revenge and Inspiration â€“ engage civil society, as well as transform hearts and minds.