Rainbow's assembly was all about the cold and the children looked lovely in their costumes! They did very well to remember their words and to recite the poem and sing the song so confidently. They shared a lot of information with the audience about what makes the weather cold and how the cold affects our lives. The bear enjoyed hibernating in his nice warm cave so much that he didn't want to come out at at the end!
4A's assembly was entitled 'Recipe Of Life' and was linked to Pancake Day. The children taught us all about Shrove Tuesday and the beginning of Lent, as a way of encouraging us to consider the ingredients of own lives, such as kindness, perserverance, patience and thoughtfulness. The children delivered their lines confidently and even demonstrated how to make pancakes - some of the children even had a go at tossing pancakes while singing! We hope that you will all enjoy making pancakes on Tuesday and that the children will remember the ingredients for a happy life!
We were also treated to some performances from musicians in Thursday's music assembly. Ayomide is working towards his Grade 1 on the trumpet and played 'One Hand, One Heart' from Leonard Bernstein's well known musical, West Side Story. Libby is working towards her Grade 2 and played the piano. Aajaibir played one of his Grade 3 pieces, Allegretto, and Rachel sang confidently a song from My Fair Lady, 'Wouldn't it be Luverly'. Well done to all those involved.