School Assemblies

Our School Assemblies

Sharing learning and presenting to others is a key learning experience for our children. All pupils will have the opportunity to take part in a class assembly during the year. The focus of many of our other assemblies will be the development of our whole school focus on resilience. We will also celebrate whole school events and have a fund-raising focus. We aim to reflect the diversity of our school community in the widest sense and work closely with our wider community to reflect and celebrate all Faiths.

2019-20:

Weekly assembly: 19.6.2020 – ‘Moving On’ Assembly & Meet your teacher!

2018-19:

P3-7 RRS assembly: ABCDE of rights – 24th Aug 2018

N, P1 and P2 ASSEMBLY PROGRAMME 2018-19

welcome back assembly 2018 (Power Point format)

2017-18 :

Nursery, P1 – P2 Assembly Programme

P3-7 Assembly Programme

 

2016-17 :

Assembly Programme 2016-17

Block 1

DateThemeLed by
19th AugustWelcome backMichael/Susie
26th AugustGrowth Mind-setSusie
2nd SeptemberHouse Captain Elections
9th September
16th September
23rd SeptemberHarvestP3C
30th SeptemberEuropean Week of LanguagesP7A
7th OctoberHarvest@Church
14th OctoberClass assembly
HOLIDAY
28th OctoberHouse event
4th NovemberResilience launchMichael
11th NovemberResilienceMichael
18th NovemberClass assembly P3B
25th NovemberClass assemblyP5B
2nd DecemberResilience sharingMichael
9th DecemberRights Respecting Schools Launch
16th DecemberHouse event-Christmas Capers

Assembly Programme 2016-17

Block 2

datethemeLed by
13th JanuaryAssembly- ‘New Beginnings’Mrs Morgan
20th JanuaryResilience launch- Keep ConnectedMr Urquhart
27th JanuaryClass assembly + RRSP7C
3rd FebruaryTime for Reflection Assembly @ church ‘What does it mean to be Scottish?’Mr Urquhart / Mrs Morgan
10th FebruaryHouse Event- talent showsMrs Richmond + House Captains
HOLIDAY
24th FebruaryResilience launch- Respect MeMr Urquhart
3rd MarchClass assembly + RRSP7B
10th MarchResilience- sharing and Quiet assemblyMr Urquhart
17th MarchHouse Event- Comic ReliefMrs Richmond + House Captains
24th MarchClass assembly + RRSP6B
29th MarchEaster ChurchP4s

Assembly Programme 2016-17

Block 3

datethemeLed by
21st AprilResilience launch- Challenge Your MindsetMr Urquhart
28th AprilClass assembly + RRSP6C
5th MayTime for Reflection- Making a Difference
12th MayResilience – quiet assemblyMr Urquhart
19th MayClass assembly + RRSP5C
26th MayClass assembly         P6A
2nd JuneTime for Reflection- Food
9th JuneClass assemblyP5A
16th JuneFree slot!
23rd JuneRRSMrs Morgan

Download the plan (word document) assembly-programme-16-17


2015-16 : ‘Time for Reflection’

‘Time for Reflection’ assemblies, by the ‘School Leadership Group’ (P7 pupils):

26.2.2016  – Time for Reflection assembly #2 : Charity

This week we looked at different ways in which we could all do something for others through charity. You can see more of what we were talking about in the following two documents.

TfR Charity Assembly

Charity TfR P3-7

09.10.2015  – Time for Reflection assembly #1 : Stones

At the end of the assembly we asked each child to look for a stone over the October holidays. Their stone will then become part of a ‘school community cairn’.

Please have a look at the power point presentation from this assembly:

STONES TfR P3-7

STONES TfR P1-2

2014-15

friendship-assembly-p5

Our School Assemblies

Sharing learning and presenting to others is a key learning experience for our children. All pupils will have the opportunity to take part in a class assembly during the year. The focus of many of our other assemblies will be the development of our whole school focus on resilience. We will also celebrate whole school events and have a fund-raising focus. We aim to reflect the diversity of our school community in the widest sense and work closely with our wider community to reflect and celebrate all Faiths.  Please see more information, and specific assembly topics,by downloading the following PDF documnets.

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