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St Saviour's Church Schools

Junior children leading assemblies

As part of the Junior School assembly plan children take a leading role in school assemblies and on selected assemblies they lead.


During Term 2, a group of Year 6's chose to lead an assembly about differences. They chose to explore famous people that they knew who had experienced difficulties because of who they were and how they overcame them. With Year 5 and 6, they spoke about Ed Sheeran, Rosa Parks and Nina Simone.


They lead a game that encouraged everyone to share their differences and asked children to think about what made each of us different and how we could use these differences for positive things.


During Term 3, a group of Year 5's planned an assembly around supporting others, which they shared in a Year 5 and 6 Assembly. They designed top tips to advise everyone. Their ideas included speaking to play leaders, 3 B4 Me in their learning, how to help if someone is hurt, using the Friendship Stops and feeling confident with making decisions on who and how to play. 


Their assembly also included a game, to get children involved in the Assembly, by working together and remembering what others had said!


This week, with St Patrick's Day around the corner, a group of Year 4's decided to plan an assembly to explain what St Patrick's Day is and why people celebrate it. The group of Year 4's planned what they wanted to share and then researched the information they each needed. They created a colourful presentation and confidently shared their Assembly with the School.


They were also surprised to find out that St Patrick is also a Patron Saint of Nigeria as well!