Assemblies

College Assemblies

Assemblies are held on a fortnightly basis in the undercover area.

When a community of students, staff and parents are involved in celebrating the work and efforts of students it helps to build appreciation, respect and love for others.  Assemblies also provide students with a different audience to which they can present their work.

 

 

Primary highlights

80s Flashback

At the end of Term 3, our Primary School staff and students got “Into the Groove” with an 80s Flashback dress up day.  It was great to see so many staff and students dressed up in “True Colours”, being “Footloose” in the undercover area, doing the “Locomotion” and “Flashdance”, showing off their best dance moves.  All in all it was a wonderful, fun-filled way to end a busy term, an event hopefully to be repeated “Time After Time”...

 

Pancake Friday

Thank you to everyone who participated in Pancake Day on Friday, 16 February. Mr Newby, the Year 6 Captains, Ms Templeman Twells and Mr Haugh spent the morning cooking pancakes and serving them to the classes. Mr Newby’s comment was how well the Captains worked together and served the school pancakes all morning. He was very impressed with their work effort.

We celebrate Pancake Day as a school to commemorate Shrove Tuesday, the start of the Lent period in the lead up to Easter.