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Daily Act of Collective Worship 2014-15. Spring Term. Dydd Llun Monday 5.1.15 Thema’r Wythnos – Hawliau Dynol Theme for the week – Human Rights. Definition

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dydd llun monday 5 1 15 thema r wythnos hawliau dynol theme for the week human rights
DyddLlun Monday 5.1.15Thema’rWythnos – HawliauDynolTheme for the week – Human Rights
  • Definition
  • The basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled, often held to include the right to life and liberty, freedom of thought and expression, and equality before the law.
  • What are the basic rights
  • of a human being? Look
  • carefully at the image
dydd mawrth tuesday 6 1 15 thema r wythnos hawliau dynol theme for the week human rights
DyddMawrth Tuesday 6.1.15Thema’rWythnos – HawliauDynolTheme for the week – Human Rights
  • As a young person, do you have any rights?
  • What are they?
  • How much will they change as you grow older?
dydd mercher wednesday 7 1 15 thema r wythnos hawliau dynol theme for the week human rights
DyddMercher Wednesday 7.1.15Thema’rWythnos – HawliauDynolTheme for the week – Human Rights
  • In Germany, the Nazis first came for the Communists, and I did not speak up, because I was not a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak up, because I was not a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I did not speak up, because I was not a trade unionist. Then the came for the Catholics, and I did not speak up, because I was not a Catholic. Then they came for me….and by that time, there was no one to speak up for anyone.
  • Martin Niemoeller. Luthern Church
  • Are our rights more important than our responsibility to others?
dydd iau thursday 8 1 15 thema r wythnos hawliau dynol theme for the week human rights
DyddIau Thursday 8.1.15Thema’rWythnos – HawliauDynolTheme for the week – Human Rights
  • Name 5 people or organisations who have campaigned, or are still campaigning, for better human rights.
  • (You might like to mention: Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi, the United Nations, Amnesty International…)
  • What do they stand for?
dydd gwener friday 9 1 15 thema r wythnos hawliau dynol theme for the week human rights
DyddGwener Friday 9.1.15Thema’rWythnos – HawliauDynolTheme for the week – Human Rights
  • All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
  • Article 1  The Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948
  • What changes as people older?
dydd llun monday 12 1 15 thema r wythnos gwaith t m theme for the week team work
DyddLlun Monday 12.1.15Thema’rWythnosGwaithTîm Theme for the week – Team Work
  • The difference between a successful team and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but a lack of collective will.
  • Whether you support Man Utd or not, they were not successful in the 2013-14 season. How might this saying apply to their situation
dydd mawrth tuesday 13 1 15 thema r wythnos gwaith t m theme for the week team work
DyddMawrth Tuesday 13.1.15Thema’rWythnosGwaithTîm Theme for the week – Team Work
  • Many hands make light work.
  • How many times have you heard this, but what does it really mean?
dydd mercher wednesday 14 1 15 thema r wythnos gwaith t m theme for the week team work
DyddMercher Wednesday 14.1.15Thema’rWythnosGwaithTîm Theme for the week – Team Work
  • Teamwork is the ability to work together towards a common vision, it is the fuel that allows common people achieve uncommon results.
  • There have been many disasters which have affected large numbers of people eg earthquakes/tsunamis, drought in East Africa, 9.11. How do the acts of people working together help to alleviate the problems some people may face?
dydd iau thursday 15 1 15 thema r wythnos gwaith t m theme for the week team work
DyddIau Thursday 15.1.15Thema’rWythnosGwaithTîm Theme for the week – Team Work
  • Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working together is a success.
  • Henry Ford
  • As a form group pick your fantasy football (or other sports) team.
  • Why have you picked each player?
  • Is it sufficient just to have 11 good players, or do you need more than that?
dydd gwener friday 16 1 15 thema r wythnos gwaith t m theme for the week team work
DyddGwener Friday 16.1.15Thema’rWythnosGwaithTîm Theme for the week – Team Work
  • Snowflakes are one of nature’s most fragile things, but just look at what they can do when they stick together.
  • We all get excited when we see it starting to snow. It hold a promise of something special.
  • Think of something you have done as a team. What was the outcome?
  • Why was it a success?
dydd llun monday 19 1 15 thema r wythnos goddefgarwch theme for the week tolerance
DyddLlun Monday 19.1.15Thema’rWythnos - GoddefgarwchTheme for the week - Tolerance
  • ‘Love one another and you will be happy’. It’s as simple and as difficult as that. There is no other way.
  • Does this mean a smoochy type of love?
  • What other types of love are there?
  • How does loving other people make you happy?
dydd mawrth tuesday 20 1 15 thema r wythnos goddefgarwch theme for the week tolerance
DyddMawrth Tuesday 20.1.15Thema’rWythnos - GoddefgarwchTheme for the week - Tolerance
  • Islam teaches tolerance, not hatred; universal brotherhood, not enmity; peace, and not violence.
  • Pervez Musharraf
  • Is this the impression of Islam that is portrayed by some of the press and media?
  • Why do they try to create a different impression than the one Pervez Musharraf gives?
dydd mercher wednesday 21 1 15 thema r wythnos goddefgarwch theme for the week tolerance
DyddMercher Wednesday 21.1.15Thema’rWythnos - Goddefgarwch Theme for the week - Tolerance
  • We the people of the United Nations determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war….to practise tolerance and live together in peace with one another as good neighbours.
  • UN charter
  • How might tolerance of other people and their ideas have prevented some of the atrocities of the second world war?
  • What is our collective responsibility to ensure that this doesn’t happen in the future?
dydd iau thursday 22 1 15 thema r wythnos goddefgarwch theme for the week tolerance
DyddIau Thursday 22.1.15Thema’rWythnos - GoddefgarwchTheme for the week - Tolerance
  • Anger makes you smaller’ while forgiveness forces you to grow beyond what you were

Cherie Carter Scott

Having read this quotation do you think you are you a small person or a tall person?

What do other people think?

What makes them think that about you?

dydd gwener friday 23 1 15 thema r wythnos goddefgarwch theme for the week tolerance
DyddGwener Friday 23.1.15Thema’rWythnos - GoddefgarwchTheme for the week - Tolerance
  • In the practice of tolerance, one's enemy is the best teacher.
  • Dalai Lama
  • What does this mean?
  • .
dydd llun monday26 1 15 thema r wythnos cynaliadwyedd theme for the week sustainability
DyddLlun Monday26.1.15Thema’rWythnos - CynaliadwyeddTheme for the week - Sustainability
  • This weeks thoughts offers a daily statement for you to consider our role in ensuring that we live sustainably. In relation to each slide discuss how we could change our lifestyles to ensure we have enough resources fro future generations
  • In under 40 minutes the USA receives more energy in the form of sunlight that it does from the fossil fuels it burns in a year.
dydd mawrth tuesday 27 1 15 thema r wythnos cynaliadwyedd theme for the week sustainability
DyddMawrth Tuesday 27.1.15Thema’rWythnos - CynaliadwyeddTheme for the week - Sustainability
  • The frog does not drink up the pond in which it lives
  • Chinese proverb
  • Why is it not sensible to use up the resources on which you depend?
dydd mercher wednesday 28 1 15 thema r wythnos cynaliadwyedd theme for the week sustainability
DyddMercher Wednesday 28.1.15Thema’rWythnos - CynaliadwyeddTheme for the week - Sustainability
  • This weeks thoughts offers a daily statement for you to consider our role in ensuring that we live sustainably. In relation to each slide discuss how we could change our lifestyles to ensure we have enough resources fro future generations
  • London recycles only 9% of household waste compared with 25% in Barcelona and 50% in Seattle.
  • Why does this differ so much?
dydd iau thursday 29 1 15 thema r wythnos cynaliadwyedd theme for the week sustainability
DyddIau Thursday 29.1.15Thema’rWythnos - CynaliadwyeddTheme for the week - Sustainability
  • This weeks thoughts offers a daily statement for you to consider our role in ensuring that we live sustainably. In relation to each slide discuss how we could change our lifestyles to ensure we have enough resources fro future generations
  • Using a clothes line rather than a tumble dryer can save around £50 a year on the average family’s electricity bill and reduce carbon emissions by almost a tonne.
dydd gwener friday 30 1 15 thema r wythnos cynaliadwyedd theme for the week sustainability
DyddGwener Friday 30.1.15Thema’rWythnos - CynaliadwyeddTheme for the week - Sustainability
  • This weeks thoughts offers a daily statement for you to consider our role in ensuring that we live sustainably. In relation to each slide discuss how we could change our lifestyles to ensure we have enough resources fro future generations
  • The earth can provide for everyone’s need but not everyone’s greed. Sustainability is the key.
  • Do we really need as much as we use?
  • How much of the things we need do we actually waste and throw away?
  • Is that an ethical way of living?
dydd llun monday 2 2 15 thema r wythnos gwrthdaro theme for the week conflict
DyddLlun Monday 2.2.15Thema’rWythnos - GwrthdaroTheme for the week - Conflict
  • Don’t be afraid of opposition. Remember a kite rises against the wind; not with the wind.
  • Hamilton Mabie:
  • What does it mean the “kite rises against the wind”?
  • How will this sort of conflict make us grow stronger as a person?
  • What effect might the “wrong “ sort of conflict have on a person?
dydd mawrth tuesday 3 2 15 thema r wythnos gwrthdaro theme for the week conflict
DyddMawrth Tuesday 3.2.15Thema’rWythnos - GwrthdaroTheme for the week - Conflict
  • I found one day in school a boy of medium size ill-treating a smaller boy. I expostulated, but he replied: “The bigs hit me, so I hit the babies; that’s fair”. In these words he epitomized the history of the human race
  • Bertrand Russell:
  • Is it fair if the bigs hit the littles ?
  • How does this reflect the world’s superpowers approach to the less influential countries of the world?
  • What can be done to overcome this
dydd mercher wednesday 4 2 15 thema r wythnos gwrthdaro theme for the week conflict
DyddMercher Wednesday 4.2.15Thema’rWythnos - GwrthdaroTheme for the week - Conflict
  • People like to say that the conflict is between good and evil. The real conflict is between truth and lies.
  • Miguel Angel Ruiz
  • How far do you agree with this statement?
dydd iau thursday 5 2 15 thema r wythnos gwrthdaro theme for the week conflict
DyddIau Thursday 5.2.15Thema’rWythnos - GwrthdaroTheme for the week - Conflict
  • Many promising reconciliations have broken down because, while both parties came prepared to forgive, neither party came prepared to be forgiven

Charles Williams

  • What does it mean to forgive?
  • What does it mean to be forgiven?
  • In any conflict who has the right to forgive?
dydd gwener friday 6 2 15 thema r wythnos gwrthdaro theme for the week conflict
DyddGwener Friday 6.2.15Thema’rWythnos - GwrthdaroTheme for the week - Conflict
  • Anybody can become angry- that is easy; but to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way -that is not easy

Aristotle

Does resolving conflict with anger actually achieve anything?

dydd llun monday 9 2 15 thema r wythnos cariad theme for the week love
DyddLlun Monday 9.2.15Thema’rWythnos - CariadTheme for the week - Love
  • Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.
  • The Bible : 1 Corinthians
  • Is love the strongest of all emotions?
dydd mawrth tuesday 10 2 15 thema r wythnos cariad theme for the week love
DyddMawrth Tuesday 10.2.15Thema’rWythnos - CariadTheme for the week - Love
  • I have found the paradox that if I love until it hurts, then there is no hurt, but only more love

Mother Theresa

MotherTheresa set up and ran hospices and homes for people with

HIV/AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis; soup kitchens; dispensaries and mobile

clinics; children's and family counselling programmes; orphanages; and

schools.

How would the paradox she describes above have helped her in her work?

dydd mercher wednesday 11 2 15 thema r wythnos cariad theme for the week love
DyddMercher Wednesday 11.2.15Thema’rWythnos - CariadTheme for the week - Love
  • There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved.
  • George Sand
  • Why does being in love and being loved make us feel so happy?
dydd iau thursday 12 2 15 thema r wythnos cariad theme for the week love
DyddIau Thursday 12.2.15Thema’rWythnos - CariadTheme for the week - Love
  • Love is smiling on the inside and out.
  • Jennifer Williams
  • AND
  • Love is like the sun coming out of the clouds and warming your soul.
  • Unknown
  • How would you describe love?
dydd gwener friday 13 2 15 thema r wythnos cariad theme for the week love
DyddGwener Friday 13.2.15Thema’rWythnos - CariadTheme for the week - Love
  • Love is like a friendship caught on fire. In the beginning a flame, very pretty, often hot and fierce, but still only light and flickering. As love grows older, our hearts mature and our love becomes as coals, deep-burning and unquenchable.
  • Bruce Lee
  • How and why does love change as you know someone longer?
dydd llun monday 23 2 15 thema r wythnos teulu theme for the week family
DyddLlun Monday 23.2.15Thema’rWythnos - TeuluTheme for the week - Family
  • What is a family?
  • Discuss what this means to you. What is the role of a the close family, the extended family etc.
dydd mawrth tuesday 24 2 15 thema r wythnos teulu theme for the week family
DyddMawrth Tuesday 24.2.15Thema’rWythnos - TeuluTheme for the week - Family
  • We are all part of the family of humankind. We may have different skin colour, beliefs, traditions or cultures, but we still belong to the same family.
  • How do we show each other the kind of love and respect a family should show one another?
dydd mercher wednesday 25 2 15 thema r wythnos teulu theme for the week family
DyddMercher Wednesday 25.2.15Thema’rWythnos - TeuluTheme for the week - Family
  • Good friends are like a family you choose yourself. If they are truly good friends they will never expect you to choose between them and your family.
  • Why would friends never expect to come before your family
  • Is this true of your friends?
dydd iau thursday 26 2 15 thema r wythnos teulu theme for the week family
DyddIau Thursday 26.2.15Thema’rWythnos - TeuluTheme for the week - Family
  • You don’t choose your family they are God’s gift to you, as you are to them.
  • Desmond Tutu
  • Do you treat your family as something special or do you take them for granted?
  • How often do you say thank you for the things they do for you?
dydd gwener friday 27 2 15 thema r wythnos teulu theme for the week family
DyddGwener Friday 27.2.15Thema’rWythnos - TeuluTheme for the week - Family
  • My father used to play with my brother and me in the yard. Mother would come out and say, ''You're tearing up the grass'; 'We're not raising grass,' Dad would reply. 'We're raising boys.'
  • Harmon Killebrew
  • Why is this Dad’s point of view important?
dydd llun monday 2 3 15 thema r wythnos gwladgarwch theme for the week patriotism
DyddLlun Monday 2.3.15Thema’rWythnos - GwladgarwchTheme for the week - Patriotism
  • Patriotism is a kind of religion. It is the egg from which wars are hatched.
  • Guy de Maupassant
  • What do you understand by Patriotism? Why might patriotism lead to war?
dydd mawrth tuesday 3 3 15 thema r wythnos gwladgarwch theme for the week patriotism
DyddMawrth Tuesday 3.3.15Thema’rWythnos - GwladgarwchTheme for the week - Patriotism
  • I have no country to fight for. My country is the earth and I am a citizen of the world.
  • Eugene V. Debs
  • Do you consider yourself Welsh. British, European or something different? Can you explain why?
dydd mercher wednesday 4 3 15 thema r wythnos gwladgarwch theme for the week patriotism
DyddMercher Wednesday 4.3.15Thema’rWythnos - GwladgarwchTheme for the week - Patriotism
  • The love of one’s country is a splendid thing, but why should love stop at the border?
  • Pablo Casals
  • If you moved to live in Australia would you feel any less Welsh?
  • Might you feel less Welsh the longer you spent there
dydd iau thursday 5 3 15 thema r wythnos gwladgarwch theme for the week patriotism
DyddIau Thursday 5.3.15Thema’rWythnos - GwladgarwchTheme for the week - Patriotism
  • I realise that patriotism is not enough. I must have no hatred or bitterness towards anyone.
                  • Edith Cavell
  • Is there a place for patriotism in today’s world?
dydd gwener friday 6 3 15 thema r wythnos gwladgarwch theme for the week patriotism
DyddGwener Friday 6.3.15Thema’rWythnos - GwladgarwchTheme for the week - Patriotism
  • The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy -Patriotism also involves service to one’s country
  • Too many times in the last century men and women were asked to fight for their country. Would you be prepared to do that if you were asked?
dydd llun monday 23 3 15 thema r wythnos yr amgylchedd theme for the week environment
DyddLlun Monday 23.3.15Thema’rWythnos – YrAmgylcheddTheme for the week - Environment
  • We must look after our environment as it cannot look after itself.
  • Do you agree?
dydd mawrth tuesday 24 3 15 thema r wythnos yr amgylchedd theme for the week environment
DyddMawrth Tuesday 24.3.15Thema’rWythnos – YrAmgylcheddTheme for the week – Environment
  • “We strive to protect what was built by man, but give little thought to protecting what was made by God”
  • Isn’t it our duty to look after both the buildings AND the environment?
  • Why?
  • Caernarfon Castle - a CADW site
dydd mercher wednesday 25 3 15 thema r wythnos yr amgylchedd theme for the week environment
DyddMercher Wednesday 25.3.15Thema’rWythnos – YrAmgylcheddTheme for the week - Environment
  • “Let the clean air blow the cobwebs from your body. Air is medicine”
  • Why is clean air so important?
dydd iau thursday 26 3 15 thema r wythnos yr amgylchedd theme for the week environment
DyddIau Thursday 26.3.15Thema’rWythnos – YrAmgylcheddTheme for the week - Environment
  • “If we can’t reuse or recycle it, we shouldn’t be making it”
  • Try to make a list of things we

wouldn’t have if we were unable to

reuse or recycle it.

  • How would that change your life?
dydd gwener friday 27 3 15 thema r wythnos yr amgylchedd theme for the week environment
DyddGwener Friday 27.3.15Thema’rWythnos - YrAmgylcheddTheme for the week - Environment
  • Advice from a Redwood
  • Stand tall and proud
  • Sink your roots into the earth
  • Be content with your natural beauty
  • Drink plenty of water
  • Enjoy the view.
  • What message can we take from the
  • Redwood living in it’s environment?
dydd llun monday16 3 15 thema r wythnos deall eraill theme for the week understanding others
DyddLlun Monday16.3.15Thema’rWythnos – DeallEraillTheme for the week – Understanding Others
  • Everyone is kneaded out of the same dough but not baked in the same oven

Yiddish Proverb

dydd mawrth tuesday 17 3 15 thema r wythnos deall eraill theme for the week understanding others
DyddMawrth Tuesday 17.3.15Thema’rWythnos – DeallEraillTheme for the week – Understanding Others
  • In silence, think of a time in your life when you had to consider the feelings of others.
  • What happened?
  • Now, think of a rime when you only thought of yourself and ignored those around you.
  • What happened?
  • Which was the better experience?
  • Why?
dydd mercher wednesday 18 3 15 thema r wythnos deall eraill theme for the week understanding others
DyddMercher Wednesday 18.3.15Thema’rWythnos – DeallEraillTheme for the week – Understanding Others
  • To the optimist a glass is half full. To the pessimist a glass is half empty. To the realist it is half a glass of water. To an economist you need a smaller glass. To a scientist you need more water. To a chemist it is merely crystallised silica with H2O in it.
  • We are all different things to different people. Think of about ten different people and then decide what your relationship is to them.
  • Do they all understand you in the same way?
dydd iau thursday 19 3 15 thema r wythnos deall eraill theme for the week understanding others
DyddIau Thursday 19.3.15Thema’rWythnos – DeallEraill Theme for the week – Understanding Others
  • I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening carefully. Most people never listen
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • How often do you REALLY listen to what is being said to you?
dydd gwener friday 20 3 15 thema r wythnos deall eraill theme for the week understanding others
DyddGwener Friday 20.3.15Thema’rWythnos – DeallEraillTheme for the week – Understanding Others
  • I am a child and I don’t understand my parents, they always tell me what to do.
  • I am a parent and I don’t understand the young generation, they never do as they are told.
  • How far do you agree with this statement?
dydd llun monday 9 3 15 thema r wythnos iechyd theme for the week health
DyddLlun Monday 9.3.15Thema’rWythnos - IechydTheme for the week - Health
  • ‘A healthy body produces a healthy mind’
  • What does this really mean?
  • How can we achieve it?
dydd mawrth tuesday 10 3 15 thema r wythnos iechyd theme for the week health
DyddMawrth Tuesday 10.3.15Thema’rWythnos - IechydTheme for the week - Health
  • Healthcare today is the fastest growing failing business.
  • We know more about the cause of disease. We have the technology to investigate the way our bodies work. We have new drugs being developed every day Why is there so much illness?
dydd mercher wednesday 11 3 15 thema r wythnos iechyd theme for the week health
DyddMercher Wednesday 11.3.15Thema’rWythnos - IechydTheme for the week - Health
  • A native American Elder one described his inner struggles in this way
  • Inside me there are two dogs. One of the dogs is mean and evil. The other dog is good. The mean dog fights the good dog all the time. When asked which dog wins, he though for a while and replied “ the one I feed the most”

George Bernard Shaw

Do we look after our mental health as well as we look after our physical health, or do we not take notice of it because it isn’t as obvious for example, as a broken leg.

dydd iau thursday 12 3 15 thema r wythnos iechyd theme for the week health
DyddIau Thursday 12.3.15Thema’rWythnos - IechydTheme for the week - Health
  • Are these good examples of good health?
dydd gwener friday 13 3 15 thema r wythnos iechyd theme for the week health
DyddGwener Friday 13.3.15Thema’rWythnos - IechydTheme for the week - Health
  • Discuss this point of view.
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DyddIau Thursday 16.7.15Thema’rWythnos – Dathlu/AdlewyrchiadTheme for the week - Celebration/Reflection
  • “Celebrate what you want to see more of.”
  • Thomas J. Peters
  • Do you think that if you tell someone they have done something well it encourages other people to try to do things better?
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DyddGwener Friday 17.7.15Thema’rWythnos – Dathlu/AdlewyrchiadTheme for the week - Celebration/Reflection
  • What’s have you got to celebrate at the end of this school year?
  • What have you done
  • What have you achieved?
  • What will you remember?