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Guitars and Recorders Music Assembly

Tuesday, 11 July 2017


Mrs Browne and both the music teachers were delighted with the guitars and recorders played this morning.

The children have worked very hard all year and the proof was in an excellent performance enjoyed by all their parents.  


Year 4 Assembly

Friday, 7 April 2017

Year 4 assembly, on stage in front of parents. The topic was about dragons. They spoke out well and it was thoroughly enjoyed by all the parents.

Year 5 WW1 Assembly

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Year 5 produced a fantastic performance on their WW1 topic. It included singing, dancing, choral performance poetry and wonderful speaking and acting.

The assembly itself told the story of four boys (vastly underage) who signed up to fight for their country expecting an adventure but instead find themselves facing the terrors of the trenches.
“It really brought it home to you how ordinary boys were affected” said one of our grandparents.

“It was definitely one of the best assemblies I’ve seen” said one of our teachers.

Mrs Corbett worked hard to create a realistic feeling – she even managed to get her hands on some real WW1 stretchers to carry the children.

Guitar Performance

Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Well done to all our guitarists a precise and polished performance this morning. We all thought the played really professionally.

A Riot of Colour for Easter Assembly

Thursday, 17 March 2016

The pupils have again this year turned the stage into a riot of colour.  Thanks to everyone who brought a garden or a hat in today.




Year 2 Class Assembly

Monday, 14 March 2016

On Friday Year 2 performed their class assembly to a packed audience. Their theme was “It’s a KInd of Magic”, which was based on the book “Leon and the Place Between”, set at the circus. We were wowed by acrobats, jugglers and Abdul Kazam the magician, who chose a member of the audience  to assist in a live magic trick.

A particular highlight was when the clowns  tumbled down into the crowd and soaked everyone with squirting flowers! The children wrote all their own scripts and showcased work from their English lessons.

Everyone agreed that it was a great success and would like to congratulate Year 2 on their fantastic performance.

Assembly with a Difference

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

We had a four legged visitor to our school assembly this morning, all the children were introduced to Ushka the black Labrador pup being trained by Mr and Mrs Rhodes as a guide dog for the blind. They were given lots of information about the many things that she will have to learn to become a good guide dog for the blind. They were also told about the other two dogs that they had already trained and have now found good homes. The children were all thrilled to see her.

Year 3 Assembly Today

Friday, 5 June 2015

Railway Carriage click this link to hear them.

The children reciting part of a poem about trains…Railway Carriage by R.L. Stevenson. For a few more photos and another sound clip have a look at our events page.


Today is Monday

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

What a treat on a Friday afternoon. Reception Class performed a wonderful assembly for parents and families, showing their skills in literacy, numeracy, speaking and of course – acting. They were all confident and relished performing for the rest of the school and their families. Our nursery children joined the morning performance too and enjoyed every minute. Well done Reception class and thank you to all the families for your support – great to see so many of you there.
Click here to hear them singing.

Crime and Punishment!

Friday, 6 February 2015

On Friday the 30th of January in the hall on stage, 6E performed their class assembly in front of the rest of the school and parents. I played  the role of Dick Turpin, the most famous highwayman in history. It was part of the class theme for me to play Dick Turpin because this term Year 6 are learning about “Crime and Punishment through the Ages”.
In the classroom, we have been studying different activities relating to our topic. In further detail, we’ve looked at two significant characters, dates and their crimes (Dick Turpin and Guido Fawkes).