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Shiney Row Primary

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School Assemblies - Topics and Information

 

Friday Morning – Whole school celebration assembly.

We celebrate:

* Pupil of the week

* Reader of the week

* Attendance awards

* Sports awards

* School Ambassadors awards

* Presentation awards

* Other achievements in school

* Achievements outside of school

 

Visitors will also be invited to join our assemblies when special events happen or when we are raising children’s awareness about an issue.

Children will also participate in events outside of school to raise awareness of social and emotional issues, human rights etc.

School will host assemblies led by individual classes for their parents. Parents will be informed of dates of these two weeks before the time.

School has links with Saint John’s Evangelical Church in Shiney Row through a past, pupil grandparent. Also through a present school governor, Mike Bradley who is the pastor at the church. Classes are invited to Saint John’s during the year to take part in Bible Alive sessions. This involves church members retelling biblical events from a Bible character’s point of view. Children watch and listen and answer related quiz questions. Prizes are awarded and children partake in social interaction with church members.

The School Council is also active in promoting discussion and supporting with current in house, local, national and international issues.

Parents/Carers are invited to Christmas productions. Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 work together to present a Christmas themed play, usually a traditional nativity.

Key Stage 2 offer a carol service based Christmas celebration for parents/carers held either in school or in the local Methodist Church.

As a school we promote British Values and promote the moral code of our diverse society.

Children are taught rules, rights and responsibilities for themselves and in relation to others.