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Assemblies

September and October 2016

This half term our theme is, “Being me in my world”.

We are talking about making the right choices and doing the right things with our hands and our mouths.

Questions we are exploring:

  • How can you make others feel welcome?
  • How can we make our community a better place?
  • Does everyone have a right to learn?
  • Do you care about other people’s feelings?

Education should prepare children to live responsibly and peacefully in a free scoiety. (Article 29, UNICEF Rights for every Child)

November  and December 2016

For this half term our theme is, “Celebrating difference”.  We will be thinking about how we are all unique and how it is good to be different.  We will also be learning about how important it is to respect difference and to celebrate difference.  We will be following this up in our P.S.H.E lessons in our classes.

We are thinking about and learning to:

  • Accept that everyone is different
  • Include others when working and playing
  • Know how to help if someone is being bullied
  • Try and solve problems
  • Try and use kind words
  • Know how to give and receive compliments

January and February 2017

This half term our theme is, “dreams and goals”.

We are thinking about and learning to:

  • Stay motivated when doing something challenging
  • Keep trying even when it is difficult
  • Work well with others in pairs or in a group
  • Have a positive attitude
  • Help others achieve their goals
  • Work hard to achieve our own dreams and goals

All children have a right to be able to give their own opinion (Article 12UNICEF Rights for every Child)

Education should prepare children to live responsibly and peacefully in a free society (Article 29UNICEF Rights for every Child)

February and March 2017

This half term our theme is “Keeping healthy”.

We are thinking about and learning to:

  • Choosing the right foods to keep healthy.
  • Exercise and how it helps our bodies.
  • Healthy ways to deal with peer pressure.
  • How we keep healthy at Atlas.
  • The importance of keeping our bodies and minds healthy.

April and May 2017

This term our theme is, “Relationships”.

We are thinking about and learning to:

  • Be a good friend
  • How to be an even better friend than we are now
  • How to stay safe online when we are communicating with friends
  • How to stand up to someone who tries to “boss” or control a situation
  • Give examples of things that can cause conflict and how we can settle it using positive problem solving

June and July 2017

This half term our theme is, “Changing Me”.

We are thinking about and learning to:

  • describe something I am looking forward to when I move to my next class
  • tell each other about our feelings when things change
  • discuss how humans and animals change as they get older
  • think about what kind of adults we would like to be when we are older
  • describe the amazing journey we have been on since we were born
  • know who to ask for help if we are worried about change

All children have a right to be able to give their own opinion (Article 12UNICEF Rights for every Child)

Education should prepare children to live responsibly and peacefully in a free society (Article 29UNICEF Rights for every Child)

 

All children have a right to be able to give their own opinion (Article 12UNICEF Rights for every Child)

Education should prepare children to live responsibly and peacefully in a free society (Article 29UNICEF Rights for every Child)

 

 

 

 

Harvest Festival, Friday 3rd October 2014

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Monday 15th September 2014

In our assembly today we continued to talk about making sure the choices we make are the right ones.  We listened to a song about choices and we are going to learn it over the next few weeks.  It is from the Jigsaw approach to teaching PSHE which we are using in school.  The first verse goes like this:

You’ve got to make a choice

Between what’s right or wrong…

You’ve got to think ahead

And you’ve got to be strong. 

We shared ideas about what we thought being strong meant.  All of the children had some really good things to say including being strong when you get cross and upset and not getting angry and also being strong when someone else tries to get you to do something wrong.  This week we are all going to carry on making the right choices in our school community.

Education should prepare children to live responsibly and peacefully in a free scoiety. (Article 29, UNICEF Rights for every Child)

Monday 8th September 2014

In our assembly today Miss Carr talked about making sure our school community is a good one.  We all looked at our hands and how they are different, we then talked about what good things and bad things we can do with our hands.  This week we are going to do positive things with our hands and say nice things to people with our mouths.  Miss Carr reminded us that we all have a choice and once we have said something mean it is too late to take it back.  Everyone in school is going to make a special effort this week to make our school community a fantastic and safe place to be.

Education should prepare children to live responsibly and peacefully in a free scoiety. (Article 29, UNICEF Rights for every Child)

Friendship Tokens, Monday 9th December 2013

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Nelson Mandela, Friday 6th December 2013

 

Mad Science Assembly, Tuesday 26th November 2013

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A Recipe for Friendship, Monday 25th November 2013

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Leaving Assembly for Mrs Rhodes, Friday 22nd November 2013

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Friendship Tokens, Monday 4th November 2013

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Performance for Another School’s Assembly, Monday 17th June 2013

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Staying Safe in Cyberspace, Monday 29th April 2013

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