Pastoral >> Assemblies
Assembly is a time for quiet
reflection or celebration and it sets the tone for the week. The subject of the
assembly will usually emphasise one or more for the following topics: morality,
pastoral care, community spirit, global awareness or personal responsibility.
The assembly is also an occasion for celebration, rewarding excellence and
individual achievement. The house cup is presented to the captains of the team
that has earned the most house points in the week.
Each class will perform one class
assembly over the year to which parents will be invited.
Year 1- 3
x1 per week
Year 4 - 6
x1 per term
Assemblies Secondary Campus
Pastoral-assemblies allow a whole year group (or two) to come together and reflect on important issues or celebrate achievement.
Assemblies are held most weeks for every year group. Assemblies are taken by either a member of the Senior Leadership Team, Pastoral Leadership, Tutor or a tutor group.
Assemblies follow the diverse themes outlined in the PSHEE curriculum. The assembly themes are continued through tutor group reflection and activities.
There are House assemblies at least once every half term to plan House events and share success.
In Secondary we have a termly Celebrating Success Assembly to share in the positive achievements of our students.
Parents are NOT invited to assemblies in Secondary with the exception of our annual Prize Giving Ceremony which takes place in November, for the presentation of Examination Certificates, and June for years 7-10.