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Taking Responsibility (assembly)

Overview

During this assembly pupils consider what the word responsibility means.    You can find the ‘Taking responsibility’ lesson plan on the KS1 lesson page. The PowerPoint for the lesson is the same as this assembly. The lesson plan includes a number of follow-up activities you can carry out in class.
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