How to Arrange a good Motivational School Assembly Program
Posted by joelpenton on July 15th, 2015
Academic institutions value school assemblies and organize them for many good reasons. For one, motivational school assembly programs can provide students with the chance to learn and hear from inspirational speakers who can present a fresh, new perspective—people they normally do not meet or see in school or in their day-to-day lives. A good school assembly program also exposes students to issues that are not typically discussed in a classroom setting.
Setting Up a Motivational School Assembly Program
The success of a motivational school assembly program will depend on how you arrange it. First, you need to make sure that the venue for the assembly is comfortable, well-ventilated or properly heated, and appropriately lit. There should be ample place to accommodate all students and teachers who would be attending the event. Schools typically organize their assemblies in the gym or in the auditorium.
The time of the assembly is another important factor to consider. While there is no right or wrong time to hold a motivational assembly, most educational institutions choose to have it at the beginning of the academic year, and then again when the school year ends. This way, the motivational talk can help students get the encouragement they need to start the academic term right, and the momentum they need to proceed with their progress when the semester ends.
Schools may schedule extra assemblies any time within a term to ensure that the students do not lose their momentum or if academic leaders believe that the students require further encouragement and motivation. For example, a motivational school assembly may be held after a national tragedy or a local calamity affects the student body. It may also be organized to lift school spirit before sending off school athletes to a national competition.
The success of your motivational school assembly program may depend on the speaker you hire, too. Find an expert who specializes in speaking to students and get in touch with him or her. Talk to the motivational speaker about your school assembly goals, so he or she can come up with the right materials and stories to share with your students. Consider hiring a motivational speaker who is known to send a positive, relevant, and impactful message to students by combining sincerity, humor, and real-life examples of rewards that can result from making the right choices.
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