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EDUCATION: Crocodiles, frogs, and smelly blankets

Dennis Richards selects books that could help when planning school assemblies

THE long-running debate over collective worship has been in the news again this summer. Elsewhere in this supplement there are significant contributions to the discussion. Since nothing is likely to change any time soon, however, in schools all over the country thoughts are turning to assembly themes for the year. Assembly leaders are desperate for any kind of material that will captivate an audience - even in the most apathetic environments.

Malcolm Muggeridge once said that there ...

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