Key Stage 1 Shine in Brilliant Class Assemblies
Well done to all of the Key Stage 1 children who have thoroughly entertained us this last fortnight with two utterly superb class assemblies.
Class 2 kicked us off last week with an extremely creative and imaginative assembly themed on their topic this half term of minibeasts but with a twist... their colourful creepy-crawly outfits formed part of a unique fashion show as they came out on the catwalk in turn, strutting their stuff and striking some funky poses in extremely confident style!
As well as singing the very catchy Digging the Garden song as giving us a terrific performance with their ukuleles, the children also used the opportunity to showcase the brilliant huge papier mache bugs that they had made in class, as well as their huge fashion design pictures made with the help of Rosa's very talented dad.
Well done to all of Class 2 for being so confident and performing so brilliantly, and thank you also to Miss Townsend, Miss Cooke and Mrs. Swain for putting together such a varied and entertaining assembly, to Mrs. Walker for her musical expertise with the ukuleles, and to Rosa's dad for his marvellous work with the children in producing such striking and imaginative designs.
It was then Class 1's turn in the spotlight this week in their very first assembly together as a class as they talked about the jobs that they wanted to do when they grow up as part of their topic this half term of People who Help Us.
There were firefighters, policemen and police ladies, doctors, nurses, vets, builders, farmers, teachers (of course!) and even scuba divers as Class 1 also entertained us with some lovely songs themed to certain jobs, including a school crossing patrol officer... complete with special guest appearance from our very own lollipop man Mr. Ponter!
Well done to all of Class 1 for being so brave and for producing such lovely artwork and singing, and thank you to Mrs. Thompson, Miss Spilsbury, Mrs. Fitzpatrick for all of their hard work with the children.