At Carlton Primary School class assemblies are to show what topics a class have been working on and what they have been learning about.
At Carlton Primary School class assemblies are to show what topics a class have been working on and what they have been learning about. Class assemblies are to show what the class have been doing that half term. They are only starting this year and the first class to show their learning is Paragon class who shared their learning about Ancient Greeks.
What are class Assemblies?
Class assemblies - every class does it to show what they have been learning in class. Most classes also show what Topic they have learnt about. For example, last year Year Five did the Amazon River. When a class is sharing their work, all the staff, some parents and the school watch it! The topics are what they learn about for example this year’s Year Four are learning about Natural Disasters. There are many different topics this school has done and they change every half term.
Why have class Assemblies?
This school has class assemblies because parents would want to know what their children have been doing in class. Also if the children haven’t told their parents what they have been doing then the parents can actually know what they have got up to. Class teachers try to make sure that all children have a chance to show what they have learned. They do this in lots of ways – drama, singing, reading out work, showing art etc.