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Assemblies

Collective Worship assemblies

 The following resources have been created by the Diocese of Guildford and each worship / reflection time is designed for the children to do at home.  This may be with others in their household including adults, with their siblings or alone.   

This is not meant to be extra work,  and the Diocese hope that these resources may ‘reach the parts that other activities do not reach’, offering children a sense of normality in the routines they may be missing. Each activity is a self explanatory sheet which you can follow with your children. 

All in the same boat

Candle

Geese

Easter Happy-Sad Happy

Picture News Assemblies

Week Commencing 4th May 'What makes some toys more popular than others?'

This week's Picture News assembly is thinking about why certain toys are more popular than others, did you know that at the moment, llamas are a very popular toy! Do you own any llama toys? There is some information about popular toys of the past, which might help you to think about what makes a popular toy!  If you would liek to design your own toy, and send me a picture of your work, please do so at assembly@royal-kent.surrey.sch.uk . I will enjoy reading it and reply!

Here is the Big Question we are exploring: Click here

Here is the virtual assembly from Picture News, click here and find the 'Virtual Assembly 4th May'

Teaching resources for parents:  Teaching prompt,    Notes sheet KS1,    Notes sheet KS2,  

 Follow up resources - Picture News paper

  Note for parents: As you will see, there are a variety of resources here. If you wish to use this as a teaching session, I have suggested a format for you to follow below.

1. Familiarise yourself with the 'teaching prompt' sheet (for the appropriate age of your child) this will provide you with some ideas to talk to your child about and you can think of anything else you wish to talk about. 

2. Let your child watch the virtual assembly. If you want to use the Notes sheet (adapted for different ages), then your child could complete this as they go along or after they have watched the assembly. There is some more information available if you want to find out more. 

3. Now that they have had lots of time to think about this topic, if they would like to complete a challenge, your child can design their own toy, thinking of what might make it popular with others!

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Week Commencing 27th April 2020 'Are video games the next best thing to our real lives?'

This week's Picture News assembly is all about the fact that the sales of video games have increased hugely during the lockdown period - sales are up 44%! Today's assembly is asking us to think about both video games and other games (like board games or games outside). I would love to know what you have worked on about this - please send any work you do to me at assembly@royal-kent.surrey.sch.uk and I will read your work and reply!

Here is the Big Question we are exploring: Click here

Here is the virtual assembly from Picture News, click here and find the 'Virtual Assembly 27th April'

Teaching resources for parents:  Teaching prompt,    Notes sheet KS1,    Notes sheet KS2More Info 1, More Info 2,  Learning from Home ideas, Game Instructions, Video Game Review

 Follow up resources - Picture News paper

 

 Note for parents: As you will see, there are a variety of resources here. If you wish to use this as a teaching session, I have suggested a format for you to follow below.

1. Familiarise yourself with the 'teaching prompt' sheet (for the appropriate age of your child) this will provide you with some ideas to talk to your child about and you can think of anything else you wish to talk about. 

2. Let your child watch the virtual assembly. If you want to use the Notes sheet (adapted for different ages), then your child could complete this as they go along or after they have watched the assembly. There is some more information available if you want to find out more. 

3. Now that they have had lots of time to think about this topic, if they would like to complete a challenge, there are two to choose from: writing instructions for their own board game, or reviewing a video game.   If you would prefer them to do some other activities then have a look at the 'Learning from Home' sheet as a source of some other ideas.

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Week Commencing 21st April 2020 'Do you think people will travel less in the future?'

Welcome back to the summer term everyone! I hope you had a wonderful Easter break - we were so lucky with the beautiful weather. I hope you had some chances to play outside and had a good rest too. 

This week's Picture News assembly wants us to think about the future and whether we think that there will be less travel once things are back to normal. It's an interesting question, as I heard that even travel within this country has decreased by 60% in the last months or so, which means that people might be getting used to travelling less and doing more at home.. I would love to know what you have worked on about this - please send any work you do to me at assembly@royal-kent.surrey.sch.uk and I will read your work and reply!

Here is the Big Question we are exploring: Click here

Here is the virtual assembly from Picture News, click here and find the 'Virtual Assembly 20th April'

Teaching resources for parents:  Teaching prompt,    Notes sheet KS1,    Notes sheet KS2More Info 1, More Info 2,  Learning from Home ideas, My journey, Holiday brochure plan

 Follow up resources - Picture News paper

 

 Note for parents: As you will see, there are a variety of resources here. If you wish to use this as a teaching session, I have suggested a format for you to follow below.

1. Familiarise yourself with the 'teaching prompt' sheet (for the appropriate age of your child) this will provide you with some ideas to talk to your child about and you can think of anything else you wish to talk about. 

2. Let your child watch the virtual assembly. If you want to use the Notes sheet (adapted for different ages), then your child could complete this as they go along or after they have watched the assembly. There is some more information available if you want to find out more. 

3. Now that they have had lots of time to think about this topic, they could complete the 'My journey ' sheet or design a holiday brochure.  If you would prefer them to do some other activities then have a look at the 'Learning from Home' sheet as a source of some other ideas.