Why not organise a poetry Assembly where each student has to recite a poem from memory. You could have a theme for the poems or leave the choice entirely up to each student. Funny poems always go down well with the audience. Here’s a poem to get you started. I Taught My Cat to…
Why not have an Assembly where you give certificates to the teachers. You can have lots of fun deciding on what the certificates could be about. Check with your tutor beforehand that none of the certificates will upset any of the teachers (just in case).
You could run an Assembly on “JOKES”. Do you have any favourite Knock Knock jokes? Why not share your best ones suitable for a Primary School Assembly audience by replying to this post. Here are some of our favourite jokes to get the ball rolling. What do you call a boomerang that doesn’t work? What’s…
Why not give an Assembly based on a favourite book. Here are the top 100 Primary School Books.
This song was written with the KS2 children from Eversley Primary School in 15 minutes in the middle of our show, “Project Earth Rock Live’.
What career will you follow when you grow up? Pupils at Begbrook Primary Academy made a short film about future career paths.
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Pupils absolutely loved the inspirational and entertaining Randolph Matthews when he visited our school. Here, he leads a whole school assembly with a wonderful performance of “Use Somebody”.
A video of Michael Rosen reading a poem from ‘Mind The Gap’
A student got a surprise from his dad who just returned from Afghanistan.