SCHOOL ASSEMBLIES AT WHITEHOUSE PRIMARY
SUMMER TERM 1 - 22-23
What is Neurodivergence? What is autism?
Who is Jason Arday? What can we learn from his story?
SPRING TERM 2 - 22-23
What work has the Eco-Committee done since November?
What difference has it made to life at Whitehouse?
What does being Happy mean?
What sort of things make people happy?
What steps could I take to be a Happier Person?
What is a Young Carer?
How is the life of a Young Carer different to mine?
What can we do at Whitehouse to help friends who are Young Carers?
Why do we need to look after our ears and hearing?
What help is available for people who can't hear?
We are Global Citizens.
What does being a Global Citizen mean?
What do we do, as a school, to make a positive impact on what is happening in the world?
What is the importance of radio in the world today?
SPRING TERM 1 - 22-23
"Want to talk about it?"
Making space for conversation about life online.
What does LGBT stand for?
What is the story of LGBT?
What is the difference between Great Britain and the United Kingdom?
Which saint represents which country and what is their story?
The Amazing Story of Helen Keller.
Who was she? What were ther main achievements?
What is Epiphany? How is it celebrated?
AUTUMN TERM 22-23
How have advances in science promoted children’s rights
throughout the years?
What does the International Day for Persons with Disability celebrate?
Where does your rubbish go?
Introducing Global Citizenship Day of 25-11-22
What will happen on the day?
Which Children's Rights will it promote?
What is the history of Toilet Day?
How does it improve the lives of people around the world?
Launching Toilet Twinning fund-raising event.
When and why were the United Nations formed?
What work does it do to promote Children's Rights?
What is an Eco-School?
What does Whitehouse have to do to become one?
Recruiting Eco-Committee members
Who are our House Captains?
What exciting plans do they have for us this year?
Who is Mo Farah?
What can his life journey tell us about Courage and Perseverance?
How does a Democracy promote the Rights of Children?
What is a Democracy? Is Whitehouse a Democracy?
Can you explain why?
What is the importance of Pitru Paksha in the Hindu religion?
What is Multiple Sclerosis? How does MS UK support sufferers?
What can we do at Whitehouse to support this worthwhile cause?
Why is it important that every child in the world has access to education?
What can we do to ensure that everyone can access that right in our school?
Archives from previous academic years
Item from Weekly Bulletin - Friday 8th March 2019
We watched pictures of the living conditions of soldiers from World War 1
and reflected on how they must have felt.
What words do they use?
Click the link to hear the song
what gestures do they use?
Point for further reflection
Why is it important to know how to greet people from another country?
Please find below the resources used for the Assembly: