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Assemblies

 

We have a daily assembly programme which embeds spiritual, moral and cultural awareness across our curriculum for all students. These collective sessions include whole school assemblies run by members of the Senior Leadership Team and with contributions from students and form groups. We also have Class Assemblies, Key Stage Assemblies and Sharing Assemblies which are an opportunity to celebrate and share successes.

 

 

Key Stage 4 Assembly

Key Stage 4 had a visit from Stuart Braybrooke from the National Citizen Service Assembly (NCS) an exciting government funded programme aimed at 15-17 year olds, designed to bring together young people from diverse backgrounds, teach them teamwork and communication skills and offer exciting opportunities whilst preparing them for the future.

Find out more by clicking the image below to go to the NCS website.

Sharing Assembly
Sharing Assembly
Congratulations to all students who are earning merits and achieving awards
Congratulations to all students who are earning merits and achieving awards

Summer Assembly Themes 2017

 

PLEASE NOTE: Assembly routines and themes may sometimes be altered for one-off events such as specific charity activities, occasions or celebrations. eg. Children in Need, World Book Day etc.

 

 

Peace theme: 28 November 2016

Primary and KS3 pupils were thinking of how they are peaceful at school last week as part of the assembly theme, Peace. These were the words they thought of. The larger the word, the more often it was said.

 Primary Celebrated religious festivals around the world

Mrs Levitt and 10L held a thought-provoking assembly about the importance of Fairtrade. Staff were given the opportunity to sign a petition to show support for a change in the law to stop price wars in the supermarkets over bananas.