Peggotty Class Assembly – Mahatma Gandhi

Yesterday morning the children in Peggotty Class, Year 5 delivered a captivating assembly to the whole school based upon the story of Mahatma Gandhi and the the struggle for Indian independence. The children performed a beautiful dance, played a range of instruments, and re-told Rudyard Kipling’s ‘Just So’ story of ‘How the Camel Got His Hump’. Congratulations to the children in Peggotty Class and a big thank you to Miss Fahreeda and Miss McIver for their hard work.

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Little Dorrit Assembly – Traction Man is Here!

Today was the turn of Little Dorrit Class in Reception to charm the school with an action-packed class assembly, and they really delivered! The children sang and performed with tremendous verve, acting out the story of everyone’s favourite household superhero. As with all classes throughout the school, the children enjoy a diverse range of high-quality children’s literature and their love of Mini Grey’s modern classic was there for all to see. Congratulations to all the children in Little Dorrit and a massive thank you to Miss McHale, Miss Lambert, Miss Gemmell and Mr Nathan for all their hard work.

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Oliver Class Assembly!


On Thursday it was the turn of Oliver Class in Year 2 to wow their parents, carers and fellow pupils with a charming update of a classic fairy tale. The story of Snow White was transported to 1930’s New York, with the seven dwarfs changed to seven jazz men! The children all remembered their lines and performed them with panache. Congratulations to them all and a big thank you to Miss Wallbridge and Miss Jura for their hard work.

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Copperfield Assembly – The Pied Piper


Congratulations to Copperfield Class in Year 3 for performing a thrilling assembly to the children and parents of Key Stage 2. The children delivered the story of the Pied Piper with a combination of great acting, lively dancing and super singing! Very well done to all the children involved and a big thank you to Miss Spears and Miss Chrysanthou for all their hard work.

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Stars of the week!

Congratulations to our wonderful stars of the week! The children were selected by their teachers for their efforts both in and out of class. Our stars this week produced superb writing, excellent multiplication in Maths, and great performances in Christmas Show rehearsals to name just three. Also, well done to our friends of the week. You make the whole school proud.

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KS2 children, continue to work hard to win those reading certificates. Don’t forget a silver certificate wins you 25 house points and a gold certificate a whopping 50 house points!

Havisham Class Assembly

Congratulations to everyone in Havisham Class for delivering a highly entertaining assembly on the themes of perseverance, empathy and kindness. The children performed their lines with real confidence, sang with joy, and acted with panache. The audience were treated to a reworking of Michael Jackson’s ‘Man in the Mirror’ and the children even displayed their beautiful artwork depicting acts of kindness they had experienced from classmates. Very well done to the children and to Miss Khan for a wonderful celebration of learning.

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Fezziwig Class Assembly!

Congratulations to everyone in Fezziwig Class for performing a stunning historical class assembly today. The theme was Sir Francis Drake and his circumnavigation of the globe. A big thank you to the parents for the fantastic costumes and well done to the children for learning their lines so quickly. Also a massive thank you to Miss Alcock for her hard work and wonderful script!

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