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Assemblies

Achievement Assemblies

Every Friday we have a celebration assembly where we celebrate children’s achievements, both in and out of school, in many different areas.

Each week the class teacher selects a child to be presented with the ‘Child of the Week,’ ‘Star Writer’ and ‘Handwriting’ (fortnightly) award.

We also have awards from the lunch time staff, attendance awards, best line awards, Lexia reading awards and individual star chart achievements as well as celebrating sporting events.This is also an opportunity to celebrate childrens’ birthdays’ as a school.

It’s really exciting hearing about the good things people have done. 

– Ioana P, Year 6

 

Harvest Festival

Our Harvest festival yesterday on Thursday 19th October was super. The children all worked hard and made us all proud with their performances. It was lovely to see so many adults attend. Thank you to all who donated foodstuffs for the Hereford Open Door charity. The charity supports individuals and families who may be homeless or in financial need, by providing cooked breakfasts, some hot meals and food parcels to supplement low incomes. 

    

    

Christmas Carol Concert

The children of Class 6 were responsible for leading our Carol Service in St Michael’s Church on Thursday 14th December. They talked about Christingle, showed the process of making a Christingle and the meaning behind it.

The Carol Service also included songs from the Class 1 and 3 Christmas play Hey Ewe, as well as a traditional poem 'Twas the night before Christmas recited by Class 5.

Mrs Ashmead and Mrs Prowse taught the children many different Christmas Carols and songs that were put between the readings to make our Carol Service special. The choir also sang their selection beautifully.  Class 6  rounded it all off by performing the song 'Light of the world.' Singing by lit Christingles in the dark Church was very atmospheric and many of the parents said it was a lovely way to close our Carol Service.