Another term has featured fun and informative assemblies by the Reception boys.
On Thursday 8th May the Reception boys from RMH entertained the school and parents with their performance of the ‘Very Hungry Caterpillar’ by Eric Carle. The boys enthusiastically retold the story wearing the headbands they had created earlier in the week. They remembered their words and actions to the song very well and sang about the four stages of a butterfly life cycle. They also confidently recited their poem and danced away as butterflies. Thank you to Mr Appleby for his piano accompaniment. Well done RMH!
The boys in RJG were very excited about performing to their parents in their class assembly on Thursday 19th June. We took the theme for our assembly from our summer term topic of mini beasts. Having taken part in a mini beast safari at the Horniman Museum a few days previously, the boys were keen to share their knowledge of mini beasts with the audience. They performed songs, poems and related many interesting facts about spiders, butterflies, dragonflies to name just a few. Well done RJG. We were very proud of you.
On Thursday 12th June, RHC performed in their first class assembly at WCPS. The children used dance, rhyme and drama to tell one of their favourite stories, Giraffes Can’t Dance by Giles Andrea.
The boys rose to the challenge of performing dances including a waltz, tango and Scottish reel. The boys worked very hard to rehearse their dances, songs and words and listened very well to their stage directions, which resulted in a brilliant performance.
Throughout the assembly the boys acted and danced with energy and enthusiasm. Their singing was fantastic and the children spoke with clear, expressive voices. It was lovely to see so many parents watching the assembly on the day and I hope everyone enjoyed the performance. Well done RHC, I am very proud of you all!