We use our programme of assemblies to come together as a school, to celebrate successes and achievements, and to promote key values. Over the last 18 months this has taken place through video assemblies in class, but over the coming term we're hoping to be able to come together in larger groups.     

We start the week with Celebration Assembly on Monday afternoon, where Miss Shaw shares successes from the previous week, including announcing each class' Star of the Week, revealing the winner of the Attendance Cup and handing out merit and tables awards.

Tuesday assemblies are led by our Learning Superheroes, who send us videos each week. Each half-term is themed around a different superhero, who introduces themself and their powers at the start of the term, and then discusses issues and topics which are important to them over the weeks that follow. For example, in the second half of the Summer Term it was Isaac Independence's turn to lead assemblies, and you can see the videos he sent us below [please be aware that some of the files are very large, as they were intended to be watched on projector screens in class]:

On Wednesdays and Thursdays, assemblies take place in each phase, often following-up on the themes introduced by our Superheroes earlier in the week.

"Bedwell Primary is a very caring and inclusive school. Pupils are proud of their school and behave well. They said that they feel happy and safe."  

Ofsted report, 2018

Superhero introductions

At the start of each half-term, our superheroes send us videos to introduce themselves and their powers. You can watch some of these below: 

Leavers videos

At the end of each year, we celebrate the adventure that our Year 6 children have been on as they travel through our school with a special video which we watch in our final assembly of the year. You can watch our last few below: