At Roe Green Infant School we have many different kinds of assemblies. These often incorporate our schools values and ethos of being 'Respectful, Creative, Resilient, An Achiever, Trustworthy, Independent, Honest, Safe and Healthy, Positive and Friendly.'
The class assemblies have been a tremendous success where parents have come to watch and support their children perform.
We have had assemblies focusing on helping charities around the world, most recently 'Wear It Pink' for cancer research, 'The Great Daffodil Appeal' Marie Curie for supporting people with terminal illnesses and the 'skipping challenge' for Comic Relief. All raising amazing amounts of money with generous donations from parents/carers.
We have also celebrated or talked about the different religious festivals that we embrace in our school, these continue throughout the year.
Our assemblies give the children a chance to think about their own behaviour and attitudes towards others. It is also a time to reflect on the world around us and learn to respect the differences we have.