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Assemblies

Our assembly rota is developed around the our core school values of

 

  • Respect
  • Tolerance
  • Courage
  • Determination
  • Friendship
  • Compassion

 

Our Assemblies promote...

 

  • British values including local, national and international democracy,
  • the rule of law,
  • mutual respect,
  • individual liberty,
  • tolerance of different faiths and cultures,
  • include time for pupils to respond to World events
  • and links to our PSHCE scheme.

Assembly Rotas 2019-2020

Action Aid

We delivered this assembly to the whole school to introduce our pupils to our sponsored children from across the globe. As a school we look forward to building a good relationship with our global friends and receiving updates on their progress and achievements. As a school we will also be writing to them and telling them all about life in Britain and at GJA.

Together, we have an exciting future to look forward to.

Assemblies at The Godolphin Junior Academy - Summer Term 2019

Assemblies at The Godolphin Junior Academy - Spring Term 2019

Assemblies at The Godolphin Junior Academy - Spring Term 2018

To celebrate the reading week, 3A presented an assembly on 1st March 2018. The children put together different ideas to create an awareness of why reading matters in our lives .They also shared the figures of how many people around the world are illiterate and how can we help them to be able to read and write.

On Monday 25th January 2018 3B’s assembly was on E-safety. E-safety is an important part of keeping safe online. Pupils were shown the SMART rules and 3B used examples of events which could occur to explain the importance of always telling an adult and knowing how to stay safe when chatting or using the internet.

The theme for 5R’s first assembly was ‘Anti-Bullying’. We enjoyed putting this assembly together as it helped us to understand the importance of diversity and to of embracing people’s differences rather than picking on people for being different. It is clear to us now that no two of us are exactly the same and it’s these differences that make us interesting and special. Wherever we go, we can always find diversity all around us.

Our spring term assembly was based on Healthy Minds. In order to put our assembly together, we had to explore our feelings and why we have feelings. We researched and discussed different strategies to help us cope and keep our minds healthy. In summary here are some of the ideas we mentioned that can help to keep your mind healthy: challenging negative feelings, focusing on the positive, spending time with people that make you feel good, getting active and setting goals. We enjoyed putting this assembly together and hope you can take something from it too..

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