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Year 3’s Assembly

Friday, 15 June 2018

Year 3 in assembly

On Friday 15th June the children form Year 3 shared their learning about refugees in their whole class assembly.  Wednesday 20th June is World Refugee Day and Year 3 had spent lots of time thinking and learning about the lives of refugees.

The children did a great job of teaching us about the dangerous journeys some people have to make to avoid being hurt.

The children linked their learning to following the virtues we are focusing on this half term – attentive and discerning.

Well done Year 3!

Year 1’s Sacred Heart Assembly

Friday, 8 June 2018

Year 1 during their assembly

On Friday 8th June the children from Year 1 shared their special Assembly all about the Sacred Heart of Jesus – a Feast Day celebrated today, 19 days after Pentecost.

Year 1 did a wonderful job and taught us lots about the Feast Day of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.  The children read, sang and prepared their assembly perfectly!

Well done Year 1!

Year 2’s Assembly

Friday, 18 May 2018

Year 2 in their assembly

On Friday 18th May the children from Year 2 presented their assembly all about the events of Pentecost Sunday – this Sunday.

The children shared readings, acted and sang beautifully to help us understand what happened to the Disciples when God sent the Holy Spirit.

Well done Year 2!

Reception share their Ascension Assembly

Friday, 11 May 2018

Reception class presenting their assembly

On Friday 11th May it was the turn of the children from Reception class to share their learning all about the Ascension of Jesus (Thursday 10th May).

The children did a wonderful job of presenting their assembly and helped us all to understand even more about Jesus’ Ascension into Heaven to be with the Father.

Well done children!

A visit from the PCSO’s!

Wednesday, 9 May 2018

The PCSO assembly

On Wednesday 9th May our local PCSO’s came into school to deliver an assembly to the whole school about how we can look after our community.

The PCSO’s shared a presentation about how important it is to look after our local area and show respect for everyone and play our part in making our local community a happy and safe place.

One child commented, “I really enjoyed the assembly, it made me think about my part in looking after our community.”

Year 5 present their assembly

Thursday, 3 May 2018

Year 5 presenting their assembly

On Thursday 3rd May the children from Year 5 shared their class assembly which was all about creation.

The children reminded us of the beautiful world that God created and how we need to make changes to keep it as God intended.  The children also shared a letter from Pope Francis who askes us all to do our part to look after the earth.

The children read and presented the assembly perfectly and made links with the values we are learning more about this half term!  Well done Year 5

Year 4’s assembly

Monday, 30 April 2018

Year 4 during their assembly

On Friday 27th April the children from Year 4 shared their learning about the Wise and the Foolish Man in their whole class assembly.

The children shared readings, prayer and acted out the story making links to the values which we are learning more about this half term.

Well done Year 4!

Key Stage Two NSPCC Assembly

Thursday, 26 April 2018

KS2 children during the assembly

On Thursday 26th April the children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 attended an assembly delivered by the NSPCC.

The assembly was all about how the children can keep themselves safe in a number of difficult situations.  The children watched short video clips and thought about what they could do in a similar situation.

The children enjoyed the assembly and have an understanding of what they could do if they ever felt unsafe or worried about something.

Key Stage One NSPCC Assembly

Thursday, 26 April 2018

The children listening in assembly

On Thursday 16th April the children from Years 1 and 2 attended a special assembly from the NSPCC.

The NSPCC came into school to talk about how important it is for children to keep safe in a number of different situations and what they can do if they feel unsafe or have worries about anything.

The assembly was very interesting and the children found it very useful too!

Reception Class’ Assembly

Friday, 16 March 2018

Reception class in their assembly!

On Friday 16th March it was the turn of Reception Class to lead our whole school assembly.

The children shared lots of information all about St Joseph as we prepare to celebrate his saint’s day on Monday 19th March.

Reception class also shared some of the work they completed all about St Joseph!

One child commented, “I think St Joseph was a special man and I can see why our school is named after him!”