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Assemblies

Each Friday the children of Anson take to the stage to share some of their learning. Sometimes this is a factual assembly, sometimes this is dramatic but it's always uniquely Anson. 

 

You can watch the assemblies from 2016 to 2017 by clicking the links below. The newest video is always first. You may need your USO to view the videos outside of school.  

 

Queen's

 

 

If you've never seen Princess Smartypants before you'll be totally amazed at her confidence on the Anson stage. This is Queen's finally assembly of 2016-17

 

Roundwood

 

 

It's time for a little Brontosaurus Boogie as Roundwood tell the story of The Dance of the Dinosaurs. 

 

Year 3&4

 

 

Finding the Will visited Anson once again and ran workshops with the children in Year 3&4 which culminated in this performance on Hamlet.

 

Hyde

 

 

The children in Year 5 have been reading Holes by Louis Sachar. This is an introduction to the story. You'll need to read the book to find out what happens in the end. 

 

Kensington

 

 

It's Science Week and Kensington take to the stage to tell us everything they know about why we are here!

 

Hampstead

 

 

For World Book Day this year, Hampstead provided us with a literary treat. They told us the story of Charlie Cook's Favourite Book (sort of).

 

Regent's

 

 

The children in Year 2 have been studying Alice in Wonderland. This assembly, by Regent's, is an adaptation of the famous story.

 

Primrose

 

 

The children in Year 6 have been studying the Vikings. This assembly, by Primrose, is a fun way to learn about their traditions and customs.

 

Highbury

 

 

The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes is adapted by Highbury in sensational style. Without doubt, one of the best adaptations of the poem ever seen at Anson. 

 

Queen's

 

 

The short story of The Great Goat Chase which showed us that you should never judge someone by their appearance. 

 

Roundwood

 

 

The short story of The Hungry Giant who showed that if you are unkind, bad things may happen, while the kindest people end up happier!

 

Richmond, Greenwich and Kew (afternoon)

 

 

The afternoon Nursery children join forces with the Reception children to tell the Nativity story on the Anson Stage

 

Richmond, Greenwich and Kew (morning children)

 

 

The children in Nursery and Reception perform their version of the Nativity in this music filled Christmas extravaganza.

 

Battersea Class

 

 

Christmas at Anson traditionally begins once the Mummers take to the Anson Stage. The retelling of the story of Sir George and the Dragon is one of the highlights of any festive season. 

 

 

Victoria Class

 

 

The children in Year 4 have been studying World War II. Victoria told the children of Anson all about the evacuees who left the major cities of the UK and headed for the countryside during The Blitz.

 

Regent's Class

 

 

The children in Regent's Class have been learning all about explorers. They have a lovely message to share by the end of the assembly. 

 

 

Mapesbury Assembly

 

 

The children in Year 3 have been learning all about Ancient Egypt. Here is the Mapesbury assembly performed on the 11th of November. 

 

Hampstead Assembly

 

 

Hampstead were in a bit of a squash and a squeeze on the Anson stage.

 

Alexandra Class

 

 

Alexandra took to the stage to tap about 'Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish'.

 

Hyde Class

 

 

Hyde Class shared their work for Black History Month. The assembly focuses on key figures in the equality movement in typical Anson style. 

 

Kensington Class

 

 

Kensington, one of our Year 5 classes, have been learning all about Rudyard Kipling. This is their interpretation of The Jungle Book.

 

Highbury Class

 

 

Highbury Class have been studying There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom by Louis Sachar. They showcased some of their favourite scenes.

 

 

Primrose Class

 

 

Our opening assembly of the year celebrated Roald Dahl's 100th birthday with an original retelling of his Revolting Rhymes by Primrose Class.

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