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Assembly Schedule

Autumn Term 1 - 2019-2020

The children were very fortunate to have two guests coming to speak to us about Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. A big thank you to Beverley and Ruth.


Here are the videos they used.

Pictures taken on the day

Assembly Schedule

Autumn Term 2 - 2019-2020

Examples of past assemblies


Key Stage 1 Assembly

Item from Weekly Bulletin - Friday 8th March 2019


Link to video used in both assemblies

Key Stage 1 Assembly
Key Stage 2 Assembly

KS1 Assembly


Key Stage 1 Assembly

Key Stage 2 Assembly


The following video was used in Assembly to draw pupils' attention to the various aspects of Sikhism.


Other useful resources:

These are the cards which pupils had to match as a group after watching the video.

Click on the picture below to listen to the Last Post.

Click below to watch the video

We watched pictures of the living conditions of soldiers from World War 1

 and reflected on how they must have felt. 

Key Stage 1 Assembly
Key Stage 2 Assembly

Click on the icon below to download the leaflet from the Dogs' Trust


Key Stage One Assembly
Key Stage Two Assembly




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?


On Monday afternoon we welcomed Mrs Reynel from the charity FIND.  She met with the School Parliament to talk about the importance of the food bank and how it helps the community.  The children had lots of questions and were interested to learn all about the charity and what it does.  Thank you to everyone who kindly donated items.  Thank you also to Miss S McCullum and Mrs C Shalka for organising the visit.

These were some of the comments made by children in the Owls class when they reflected on the things they had learnt: ‘People need to respect what they have because some people don’t have all those things.’  ‘I think it is important to give to Food Banks because otherwise people might do illegal things to get food.’  ‘It is sad that some people are poor and don’t even have a house.’  ‘If you see some poor people, you could get to the shop and get them some hot food.’


Link to National FIND Charity

Link to local FIND Charity