About New Forest School

Assemblies

2015-16 Programme

Assemblies

2015-16 Programme

Our assemblies provide students and staff with the opportunity to explore a range of topics as a whole school. It plays a vital part in our delivery of aspects of our SMSC, British Values, eSafety, literacy and numeracy curriculum as well as providing an opportunity to celebrate students achievements and successes.

Assemblies are divided into Senior School, Junior School and Whole School assemblies to allow for content to be delivered at an appropriate level. At the end of each half term we undertake a reward assembly to celebrate students achievements throughout the half term, including awards for progress, behaviour and attendance.

Our full assembly programme can be downloaded here (updated half termly) whilst an overview of topics covered throughout the year can be seen below.

  1. Welcome Back
  2. Food glorious food
  3. Student Council
  4. Harvest Rainbow
  5. Rugby World Cup
  6. Bullying – ‘David & Goliath’
  7. Student Council Presentations
  8. Back History Month
  9. Diwali
  10. Harvest Fesitival
  11. Reward Assembly

Full details of each assembly and links to SMSC can be found here.

  1. Welcome Back
  2. Remembrance
  3. Bullying
  4. Britishness and Identity
  5. Love of Literacy
  6. Library
  7. Christmas
  8. Reward Assembly

Full details of each assembly and links to SMSC can be found here.

  1. Welcome Back
  2. Space Week – Introduction
  3. Space week – Celebration
  4. Safer Internet Day
  5. Reward Assembly

Full details of each assembly and links to SMSC can be found here.

  1. Welcome Back
  2. Sharing Interests
  3. World Book Day
  4. Respect The Environment
  5. Lent – ‘The Great Fast’
  6. Easter
  7. Reward Assembly

Full details of each assembly and links to SMSC can be found here.

  1. Welcome Back
  2. The Queens Birthday
  3. Parliament Box
  4. Stone Age
  5. Achievements & rewards
  6. All Around the World
  7. Reward Assembly

Full details of each assembly and links to SMSC can be found here.

Further Information

For further information about SMSC, British Values and eSafety please visit the following pages of our website.