School Assembly on Resolving Conflict - KS1 & KS2
Download a school assembly on resolving conflict.
The pack includes a power point slideshow which helps children deal with falling out and making up and resolving conflict. The slides go through different strategies for solving problems and arguments which children then use to resolve examples of squabbles they would be familiar with.
This unit also includes a short narration of the six blind men and the elephant who get into a big quarrel about what an elephant actually looks like because each one touches a different part of the elephant. They were all right in their own way. The moral of the story is that rather than arguing like the blind men, we should say, "Maybe you have your reasons." This way we don’t get in arguments.
Key Stage: Key Stage 2 but can be adapted for Key Stage 1
Number of children: Suitable for class, key stage or whole school
Duration: 20 minutes
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Here are some sample slides from the Powerpoint presentation:
Six Blind Men and an Elephant - Extract
Once there lived six blind men in a village. One day they happened to pass an elephant. As they had been blind all their life, they
had no idea what an elephant looked like. They all decided to feel it so that they could have an idea. All of them went to where the
elephant stood and touched to see what it was like.
"The elephant is really much like a pillar!" announced the first blind man who had touched the elephant's leg.
"No! Don't be silly! You are wrong! Can you not see that it is obviously a rope! Look feel it! It's definitely a rope, silly old fool!" shouted the second blind man who had touched the elephant's tail.
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