School assembly is one of the most important aspects of a school's curriculum. Its potential to nurture a positive school ethos that stresses care for the self, others and the pursuit of all forms of excellence should not be underestimated. It powerfully nurtures the development of intrapersonal intelligence. In all phases it can make a positive contribution to pupil self-development and therefore be at the heart of raising achievement and standards.

The school assembly is developed by planning to encourage pupils to reflect upon a set of universal values, such as love, peace, truth, co-operation and respect. These values act as the foundation not only for religious education but for the development of personal, social and health education, citizenship and the spiritual, moral, social and cultural aspects of the curriculum. In other words they underpin the school's institutional values and the whole of the curriculum. Every week the classes present a skit to showcase the prominent problems the school or country in general is facing, so that each student is aware of his or her duties as a citizen.