How to use Ten Ten assemblies
Only subscribers with Super-Access can access Ten Ten assemblies. This is usually just one member of staff per subscribing school..
- Log in with your username and password.
- Go to the page of the resource you would like to Download
- Click on the Download button
- A second window will pop up asking you to confirm the download
- When you click 'Confirm Download', a .zip file containing all of the elements for the resource will download on your computer. Open the .zip file to access the content
If you see 'Download Unavailable', it means that you are not logged in, or do not have access to the download (remember, only users with Super-Access can download assemblies).
If no button is shown, this usually means that you have exceeded your Download Limit.
This is a security measure to ensure that access to the resource is not misused. Subscribers can download each resource a maximum of two times (for example, if you wanted the files on a school computer and tablet/phone). After you have downloaded the file twice, you will not be able to access that particular resource again. Please contact us if you have any issues.
Remember: when you download a resource, it will be saved locally on your computer.
Important: please do not share your username and password with others, including fellow staff members in your school. Every member of staff will have their own unique username and password.
- Assembly Plan - We will provide a plan for each assembly which is written in note style rather than a script per se. We encourage teachers to make the resources their own and to adapt the questions and input to their children.
- Appendices – some assemblies have appendices which need to be printed for use during the assembly
- Powerpoint - the majority of assemblies have an accompanying PowerPoint with all relevant media embedded (e.g. film/music)
- You will need Powerpoint software. Alternatively, you can use the Powerpoint Viewer, which is a free download from Microsoft. (If you have an old version of Powerpoint, we also recommend downloading the updated Powerpoint Viewer)
- As we use .wmv files for our films, you will also need Windows Media Player. This is a free download from Microsoft. It is usually downloaded automatically as part of Windows Update so please ensure that you have updated your Windows.
- And we also recommend downloading Quicktime, which is a free download from Apple.
- To play the film and audio, you will require a projector, screen and sound system.
- Generally speaking, we aim to provide all film and music content as a download. On occasion, we may provide extra content to be streamed.
- On most assemblies, we aim to provide a link to the film online, just in case you have any problems playing that particular content through the download.
- Film files are embedded within the Powerpoint itself. This means that you don't need to stream the files, or have access to sites such as YouTube.
- The film files we use are .wmv. In order to play these films, you will need to have a Windows Media Player or installed on your computer. This is a free download from Microsoft.
- If the playback is lagging, please see these system recommendations from Microsoft.
- You may also find it useful to download Quicktime, which is also a free download from Apple.