5L class assembly

Today, 5L performed an amazing assembly about their residential trip to Ingleborough Hall.

First it started off with the children talking about how it was and how they perservered with the tough challenges.

Then it was about the amazing show cave that we had to go through. The Children described how fun it was and what it was like.They talked about the funny creations like the elephant and the underwater city.

Next , was tree climbing. The children explained about how challenging it was and how they were working together as a team to pull the ropes!

After that, it was caving. The children talked about how exciting it was although the water was a lot deeper this year. In the cave, there were lots of challenges like the worm hole and sandwich.

Then, they talked about the long walk which was very funny. During the walk they stopped in a park in Austwick to eat lunch and have fun on the slides.

Next was gorge scrambling and Kobe talked about how it was a cross between tree climbing and caving. It was really fun yet challenging.

On the nights, the children watched a DVD, went bat hunting, had a story teller and did country dancing.

After explaining it all, the amazing assembly ended with a big round of applause.

By Leah and Cara

2P’s class assembly

Today, Mrs Pinder’s class performed the most amazing assembly based on the story The Day The Crayons Quit.

First, Duncan received lots of letters from his colouring crayons. All of the crayons read their letters out loud to us and everyone had a little giggle when peach crayon had her cheeky speech which said, ”Duncan, why did you take my wrapping off ? Now I’m too embarrassed to come out of the crayola box because I’m naked and I don’t have any underwear!”

They went on to act out the rest of the story before finishing off by singing happy, by Farrell, and every colour under the sky. Their singing was so joyful that a lot of people sang along to the lyrics.

Everyone really enjoyed it and would love to see the assembly again!

By Mollie

4H Class Assembly

Today, 4H came down to the hall to show Blakehill how much fun they had at their trip to Nell Bank.

Firstly, they set the scene by playing the Countryfile music and welcomed the other classes. Everyone knew that this was going to be a fun assembly indeed.

They talked about all of the exciting things they did. One of the things they did was pond dipping. When they were pond dipping, they found many fascinating creatures such as newts, snails and other bugs and amphibians.

Next up, the presenters introduced the the mini-beast hunting. When they went mini-beast hunting, they had to look for any sort of bug or creature (including toads!) Everyone was keeping their eyes on lookout for anything that could catch their eye. They all agreed that it was a fun session and they couldn’t wait for what else they were doing on this fun residential.

Next, they had lunch and made their way to the jam-packed adventure playground. They told the other children about the parts of the playground whilst showing the different parts on the projector. At the adventure playground, you could do almost anything! You could run, jump, climb, crawl, absolutely anything!

After they had used up all of their energy, they went to their dorms and got themselves ready for their dinner.

According to a recap one of the children wrote, you could have sausage and mash or chicken. Everyone was very jealous of this.

We all liked how they presented their work and their activities like a TV show and we were all very impressed my their hard work and effort.

By Libby G

4P Class Assembly

On Friday the 3rd of May, class 4P presented a fabulous Assembly to their Parents/ Guardians and most of the pupils at the school.

The concept of the whole assembly revolved around the television show Country File and their 3 day (2 night) residential trip to Nell Bank outdoor education centre.

During the assembly, the class listed some of the multiple activities they enjoyed such as:

Pond dipping,

The long walk,

Mini beast hunt,

Orienteering.

And a lot more!

Class 4P performed a brilliant Assembly and we all thoroughly enjoyed it. They have made the Year 3s very excited for next year!

By Mollie and Isabelle.

3R’s Class Assembly

This afternoon, 3R had an amazing assembly on Ancient Egyptians. It began with the children informing us some fun facts such as:

  • When they lived
  • How they built things
  • Who the pharoahs were.

Then, some loud, clear voiced children acted out a scene of pharaohs and builders building a Pyramid. The Pharaoh was asking how long it will take be built. The builder replied it will take 19 to 20 years, the Emperor got mad and walked off.

After that, they told us the 6 rules to making a mummy. This was funny because the mummy was ALIVE! They put organs into glass containers, all of the organs were removed even a mushy brain!

This was a FAB assembly and cant wait to see next year’s!

By Alex and Mia.

Year 4P’S class assembly

On the Friday 23rd, Year 4 have produced an excellent assembly all about WWI .  Whilst learning about the topic, they were reading a book called Song for Will, about a person called Will who died on the front line in France during the war.

In their assembly, approximately half their class were wearing a prop such as the WWI style hats. They started out with a warm welcome and got straight in to the best parts. In part of their work they wrote a letter, diary and information to Fred. They wrote as Alfie, who is one of the main characters, by empathising with him and how he deals being without Fred and Will and the moment they disappeared over the hills. They also had a go at writing setting descriptions, and they were given a picture so they knew what to describe. They also made pieces of art using water colours. Here they used red, yellow and pinks to create a wash of a sunset. After a few days, they cut out soldiers to stick onto their wash and added poppies to decorate.

Near the end, they sang a song called Its a long way to Tipperary/ Pack p your troubles in your old kit bag, the song was from the film” Its a wonderful war”.At the end, everyone gave them a double round of applause because of how good their class assembly was.

By Harley, Daniel

5J Class assembly

On Friday the 12th October, 5J had their first class assembly  all about their residential at Ingleborough  hall where they did loads of outdoor activity like caving, gorge scrambling, tree climbing and lots of other exciting activities. As well as talking about the residential  they went on, they shared their comparative  reports on Idle and Clapham.  One similarity was that they both have people who are famous for certain things that they did or invented. In the assembly, there were 4 people that read some of their work. They then showed us some country dancing videos before performing another dance that Miss Javed had taught them.

2P Class Assembly

This afternoon, 2P gave us a brilliant assembly, all about ‘Together We Can’, (the school motto)  and how they had been working together in different activities as a class, and helping each other do everything they needed to do. They thought about the time they work together in school, in every subject like science, maths and art, and that working as a team sometimes can be fun and helpful too.

They also told us about the book they had been reading, which was called The Day The Crayons Quit, and how all the crayons were very unhappy, until they started to work as a team to create beautiful, and brightly coloured pictures! Some of the children dressed up as the crayons, looking fantastic, and acted out how the crayons would feel, and that they felt they weren’t getting used enough, and wanted their colours to be shown off more! During art day, Year 2 had created a huge piece of artwork using brightly coloured inks and graphite, working together, and the outcome was amazing, all different textures and colours and patterns, which also symbolised how they had done it together, as a team to make something beautiful and brilliant, while enjoying doing it!

To finish off their fantastic performance, the children sang a fun song about being kind and helpful to eachother, and that it doesn’t take a lot to brighten someones day! Well done 2P!

By Mckensey

4J class assembly

This afternoon, Year Four had their class assembly about their residential to Nell Bank. To start off, they sang a song (that they had learnt whilst on their trip) to show off all of the exciting activities they had done. Two people in bright-orange jackets led the song and put actions with it and the rest of 4J followed.

They began to tell the audience about what they had done on their first day: mini beast hunting! They showed everybody what they found on their hunt, which was a centipede, an earthworm (did you know they breathe out of their skin?) and a woodlouse. As a treat, they got to go to the adventure playground for a little while as well as the water playground, where they got to play and have fun.

After a long, much-needed sleep, it was time for the next adventurous day, where they told the school all about the 7.5 mile walk they went on, from Nell Bank to Cow and Calf and then back again! Whilst at the Cow and Calf, the children were told a story about a giant, who lived near a huge, old cliff, with big boulders that were scattered around, and they really enjoyed it.

Tired out from their walk, we were told all about their experience of going to the adventure playground, which wore them out completely! On the last day, Year 4 went pond dipping and showed us some pictures of what they had found such as, a newt, baby snails and lots of other animals. Next, was the fantastic den building, and got to tell their groups all about their houses that they had built – someone even made a chandelier!

Sad, but glad to get back, the children finally went home, back to their parents, who they were very glad to see as some of the kids had never gone away without their mum and dad before. The children loved their trip and would have loved to stay longer. They performed a fantastic assembly to Blakehill!

By Emily Mae, Taylor and Mckensey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5L’s Class Assembly

Today, 5L pulled off a phenomenal assembly all about the Ancient Greeks. We brainwashed all the parents with all our knowledge about the Greeks, their creations and their civilisation.

We began by explaining about were Greece is and what countries it boarders . Then  we continued by explaining about democracy was created in ancient Greece and how we use it today in England. We told the audience that Greek men were the one’s in charged of the families and it is shown  pottery found from the time. Then, we read out two different description’s about the bulky, half man and half beast Minotaur and the mind bending subterranean labyrinth. Finally, we held up our  astounding homework projects focusing on gods, buildings, games and inventions from the times of ancient Greece.

By Alex and Daniel