Collin and Natalie’s Assembly

Colin and Natalie came to visit on Tuesday and deliver another of their great assemblies.

They began the assembly talking about pizza and the process of ordering pizza from takeaway. Colin talked about what comes first when making a pizza, which was dough, then tomato sauce. After that, they said it was the cheese, then toppings. We disused the different toppings and we agreed on mushrooms and tomato.

Later on, they informed us of how many miles away where the ingredients home places were. We totalled the miles up, and came to the conclusion that overall, the pizza had traveled about 56,100 miles to get to us.

The lesson of this assembly was to be grateful that food can travel that far, just to get to our door. We couldn’t believe how far our food travels and are very lucky that we have such an amazing choice.

by Cara and Taylor

Drumming assembly

On Thursday afternoon Nathan , Alice and the children performed an incredible drumming assembly. The children involved had worked with Nathan since the end of last year developing their drumming skills.

First, Riley and Dempsey performed an excellent duet. Nathan showed them a beat , Riley and Dempsey had to copy it. It was amazing! Alice explained how she had taught them the different type of drums used on the full set. She also took part and tried to distract the children to show how well focused they were.

After the boys, it was Amber and lily’s turn. They did it to the song Boomerang. Even though they were really young, they were really good. After that, other chilren took to the stage no matter what year they were in, they were still fantastic to watch.

We all loved the assembly too much and were all disappointed that we had to go back to class.

By Leah and Freya

RJ’s class assembly

On Friday, 12th of July reception performed an amazing assembly about leaving their class and what they are going to be when they are older.

They started off by introducing it and told us what they had been doing for the past year or so,they showed us their writing, their art,their math and the last book they had been reading. They showed us a lot and by that they also told us they had a great time in reception.

After they told us that they stood up and 1 at a time they told us what they wanted to be when they were older. They had a great time in reception and we hope they have a great time in year 1.

From Aminah.

RD Class Assembly

This Friday, (Friday 5th of July) the classes were called down to the hall to watch a brilliant assembly all about RD’s first year at Blakehill.

They started off by welcoming everyone to the assembly, then going on to share with how much they had learnt. After that, RD showed us their math skills ,by solving sums on a whiteboard, and their knowledge of phonics by blending words.

Soon after, they started telling us what they wanted to be when they grew up, there were lots of good jobs, such as, vets, doctors, farmers and many more.

It was a very interesting assembly and everyone enjoyed it.

By Daniel and Libby G

Hate crime assembly

Earlier this week, two very nice people (Pat and Kate) did an assembly (for KS2) about hate crime and its effect on others. Hate Crime is where someone is harassed or attacked for racial, religious or cultural differences.

Pat and Kate started off by letting us guess who liked certain things, such as rugby, and they did that to prove that you should not judge a person by how they look.

After that, they talked about our differences and our different religions and how people may not believe in the same things.

We then watched a video with an example of hate crime that showed us how to deal with it. The best thing to do is to immediately tell a trusted adult who can then help you deal with the situation.

It was a really informative assembly and we appreciate the time they gave up to come and speak to us.

by Cora

5R’s class assembly

On Wednesday, Year 5 performed a brilliant class assembly. They told us all about what they have been learning in class.

Their assembly was all about a poem named the Highway Man.They begun by reading the first few lines of the poem. It started by them setting the scene of a old inn yard at night and the highway man coming riding down to the inn yard. He then whispered to the inn keeper’s daughter who was plaiting a red love knot in to her long, dark, black hair. It was an assembly full of drama and excitement.

Well done 5R!

By Mia

2S Class Assembly

This afternoon, 2s performed a wonderful, creative assembly all about the artist Claude Monet. They even had Claude himself here to talk to us and look at their art work.

We were taught facts all about his life, shown how they worked to create their own pieces of art like Monet did and spoken to in french!

To finish their assembly, they performed a marvellous dance to sur le pont d’avignon.

It was a great, confident and informative assembly. Well done 2S!

3Ro’s assembly

On Friday the 14th of June Year 3 did an assembly all about prehistoric age. They explained many things about what the stone age people did and what they learnt from it. Also they made a comparison of what we live like today and what the stone age people lived like.

They started off by introducing the assembly and showed us cave paintings that archaeologists had found. They told us that the drawings had a meaning behind them and what they thought the meaning was. All of the drawings were all very different, they showed us a picture of a deer, bison and many more.

They then went on to showing us where they lived. They taught us that the houses looked and were made very differently to our houses today. They were made out of different materials. They also compared what they dressed like as well.

At the very end they sang a stone age song (we will rock you).

Everyone enjoyed the assembly.

By Aminah.

NSPCC

This week, Blakehill have had a visit from the child protection centre called the NSPCC. They came all the way to our school to talk about speaking out and staying safe.

They showed all of the children different forms of abuse such as: physical abuse, bullying, emotional abuse etc. The two visitors told us all about how much our worries can affect us and how small things can make a big difference.

They also showed us an animation all about a small girl who had been experiencing worrying things with her family at home. To help herself, she called the child line number (08001111) and asked for help. After that, things started getting better for her.

Finally, they explain to us that calling Childline was nothing to worry about. To represent this they showed a stop motion animation all about it.

It was a really informative assembly and everyone learnt a lot.

Libby and Daniel

3R class assembly

This afternoon, 3R did an assembly about the present life and Stone Age life and how different the lives were.

At the beginning, they all talked about the Iron Age, Bronze Age and Stone Age. Bravely, some of the children stood up and acted out being prehistoric humans and present day people. We learnt that stone age people didn’t know what metal was and they didn’t know what a smartphone was because they didn’t have that kind off stuff back then. They all showed us their amazing art work and stone necklaces. They signed us out by singing We Will Rock You but the caveman edition! They did a brilliant assembly and we enjoyed learning loads of facts about cavemen!

By Cora K