Once again the Reception boys excelled in their school assemblies this term.

RJG Assembly

Reception JG performed their class assembly to their parents on Thursday 7th May. We took the story of Noah’s ark as our theme as it linked well to our topic of mini beasts. We tried to include as many different aspects of our curriculum into the performance and the boys showed their enthusiasm for storytelling, each boy taking on a part of the narrative. They also performed an energetic “Mr Noah Rap” with some fabulous dance moves and created scenes from the story using musical instruments and visual props. Well done to all of the boys.

Mrs Gannon

RMH Assembly

On Thursday 18th June it was finally the turn for the boys in RMH to perform to the school and their parents.  The boys enthusiastically performed an action packed song about ‘If I were a minibeast’ which they remembered all of the words to as well as the movements.  They then retold one of the class’s favourite stories about ‘What the Ladybird Heard’ by Julia Donaldson.  The boys very confidently played their roles as different farm animals and even fooled the audience when they changed the sounds their animals made.  

Thank you to Mr Appleby for his piano accompaniment.

Well done RMH for a brilliant performance!

Miss Hallenga

RHC Assembly

On Thursday 11th June, RHC performed in their first class assembly at WCPS. The children used rhyme and drama to describe going on a minibeast hunt with inspiration from one of our favourite books, “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” by Michael Rosen.

The boys worked very hard to rehearse the poems, songs and words and listened very well to their stage directions, which resulted in a brilliant performance.

Throughout the assembly the boys performed with energy and enthusiasm. Their singing was fantastic and the children spoke with clear, expressive voices. It was lovely to see so many parents watching the assembly on the day and I hope everyone enjoyed the performance.


Well done RHC, I am very proud of you all!

Miss Cogger

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