Archive for the 'Assemblies' Category

The Rainbow Fish – Special Assembly Year 1

The Year 1 special assembly held on the 1st December was called ‘The Rainbow Fish’.  Together with their class teacher Ms Diane and LSA Ms Gabrielle the students read the story in class and watched a video of the same story.  The rainbow fish believed that she was the most beautiful fish because of her silver scales, but she was sad and lonely, because the other fish didn’t want to play with her.  The story encourages the children to be more humble and to be more willing to share their possessions.  The children were exposed to a situation where being happy does not mean having everything or being the best amongst those around you.  On stage the year one students acted out the story and had colourful props and all took active part in the short play.  The whole class then danced along to the song Under The Sea while everyone clapped and enjoyed the show.

Don’t Give Up – Special Assembly Year 2

The theme chosen for the Special Assembly of the Year 2 class was ‘Don’t give up’. The focus of this special assembly was to encourage everyone to not give up and persevere when encountering a difficult situation. At school students frequently encounter various difficulties and thus the teacher Ms Svetlana and the LSA Ms Janette felt that students should learn more about the power of perseverance and a growth mindset. In order to pass on this message during our special assembly, children performed two songs ‘Don’t give up’ by Bruno Mars’ and ‘Get back up again’ from the movie Trolls.

Children’s Day – Special Assembly Year 3

On Friday 17th November, the Year 3 class presented a special assembly about Children’s Day.  The assembly started off with a powerpoint presentation where four children explained about Children’s rights and responsibilities.  Then all the class participated in singing and acting out a song entitled The Sharing Song.  It aimed at encouraging children to share their toys with each other in the hope of creating a better world.  Each child carried out actions related to the lyrics, such as playing ball together or sharing colouring pencils and books.  The children really enjoyed it and hopefully the positive message gets through and encourages children to be more generous and avoid conflict.

Pink October – Special Assembly Year 4

During year 4 special assembly held on Friday the 27th October we celebrated Pink October Day.  The students explained the importance of BREAST AWARENESS for both males and females. During this event, a summary of what one should be on the look out was stressed as well as how often one should screen him/herself. The event was highlighted with a pink touch representing the color for this awareness. Both teachers and students wore a touch of pink too to celebrate this day. Donations were collected and given to the Hospice movement.

Matt Amatic – Special Assembly Year 5

The Year 5 Special Assembly held on the 20th October was all about Maths. During theSpecial Assembly the Year 5 class introduced the school’s Maths Mascot, Matt Amatics. A child read out to the school the importance of Maths in our daily lives and how it is found all around us, while two children turned the noticeboard on which there was Matt Amatics. After this, the children in the whole class sang and danced to the song ‘I Love Maths Like Crazy’ found on YouTube.