Our School Assembly Package


Our school assembly, suitable for Key Stage 3, 4 or 5 students, consists of a powerpoint presentation with accompanying walk-through notes explaining what stalking is and why it is so dangerous. The powerpoint links to an impactive video about Alice Ruggles who was stalked and then murdered by an ex-partner, but there is an option to replace this with our animated video, which is less hard-hitting.

By the end of the assembly students should be able to:

  • recognise what stalking is and understand it should be taken seriously;
  • know where to go for support or information if they think they are being stalked; and
  • know how to help a friend or family member who they think may be at risk.

The school assembly has been designed to complement our existing PSHE Association-Accredited Relationship Safety Resource and can be delivered in person or online, by school staff or by volunteers from the Alice Ruggles Trust.

Our assembly package, available for free to secondary schools and colleges, includes:

  • An assembly led by a representative of the Alice Ruggles Trust;
  • Our full suite of resources, including PSHE lesson plans, walkthrough videos, and the assembly slides; and
  • Training for your staff to be able to confidently use the resources themselves and lead assemblies and lessons in the future.

If you are interested in this having the package delivered by a volunteer in your area, please get in contact with us through our contact form.

Alternatively, if you would prefer to deliver the assembly yourself you can download the powerpoint for free below.


(3.9 Mb file, containing a hyperlink to the video)


After using our resources teachers have said:

“I am confident that the young people know the difference between stalking and harassment and could identify incidents of both”

    “The young people gained the necessary skills and knowledge to enable them to make better decisions about their own safety in the future”



* This and our other resources are made available under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike (CC BY-NC-SA) licence, which allows the work to be re-mixed, re-used, and re-shared so long as attribution is provided to the creator (the Alice Ruggles Trust), the work is not used for commercial purposes, and any new work is re-shared freely under the same licence.