Can you throw a school-wide assembly online? Absolutely.
Not only are Circles online, live-streamed assemblies engaging and versatile, but they help students to stay connected and thrive when a virtual platform best suits your school’s needs. Book an interactive assembly for your school community today!
Broadcasting a live, interactive group assembly throughout your school (where we’ll highlight a panel of your students) is easy!
Step 1: Pick a topic
Choose from six meaningful and interactive online experiences for your school, class or organization.
Step 2: Tell us what works best for you
Pick a date and let us know if you’d prefer: 1) a large, interactive group session where we highlight the voices of students, 2) a session with community-building breakout discussions—or both!
Step 3: Leave it to us
Once we know what you want, one of our leadership coaches will deliver an interactive video-based assembly that will challenge and inspire your students.
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You can get all six Circles assemblies for the price of 5! Many schools have opted for this as a way to commit to youth wellness within their school. You can schedule the assemblies weekly or monthly and we will walk your students through a powerful set of school culture-shifting conversations.
Our relational and interactive approach will help build a sense of connection and unity within your school community.
The feedback from these interactive, live-streamed assemblies has been fantastic.
LiveDifferent has mastered online assemblies! They have figured out how to provide the feel of an in-person assembly via a virtual presentation. The student engagement was through the roof! The host has an effortless ability in connecting to students and making them feel seen and heard.Sandra CostaGuidance Counsellor of Grant Park High School
Current. Engaging. Authentic student voice. Valuable. A great place to start digging in to develop important life skills in our students.Shari TyperVice-Principal of Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School
Appreciated the team's ability to shift to a virtual format; video clips were meaningful/relate-able; our own students' responses were acknowledged, handled sensitively and compassionately; challenges of life not glossed over... appropriate use of humour - well-placed; diverse groups representedBeverlie StewartPrincipal of Doon Public School
LiveDifferent hits on the topics our students need to hear about and learn. The topics are covered in an engaging and entertaining way, and allow for student voice to shine through.Justin HawkinsVice Principal of Mackenzie Secondary School