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Lockdown assemblies

Welcome to the assembly page. Mrs Semark, Mrs Grayson and possibly some special guests will be adding assemblies to this page during the next few weeks of lockdown.

Mrs Grayson’s Lower School assembly about kindness

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Now, even more than ever, it is important to be kind. If you do make a kindness flower please send it to me via your class email and we can start a Cranbourne garden of kindness.

Year 2 - 6 assembly number 1 from Mrs Semark

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We're going to re-visit some important words and learn about an important person.

Years 2 - 6 assembly number 2 from Mrs Semark

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We're going to revise one of the people we learnt about last year, and there's a quiz (because I know you like them!).

Lower school assembly - saying thank you

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There is a good link at the end of this assembly to a Winnie the Pooh story about gratitude and friendship. Be warned it is a bedtime story and you might not be watching it at bedtime!

Year 2 - 6 assembly number 3 with Mrs Semark

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We'll look at the answers from last week's quiz and learn about somebody new.

Lower School Assembly 3

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The Carnival of the Animals by Camille Saint Saens. Listen carefully to the music. Can you picture in your head the animals being described by the music? You might like to draw the animals.

Years 2 - 6 assembly number 4 with Mrs Semark

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We're going to think about how people make changes in their countries and the world

Lower School Assembly with Mrs Grayson

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Using your senses to appreciate the world around us.

Years 2 - 6 assembly number 5 with Mrs Semark

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We're learning about somebody new today.

Assembly with Mrs Grayson - The Big Garden Birdwatch

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This weekend the RSPB are running their annual Big garden Bird watch. How can we help local wildlife?

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