Junior Assemblies are a Class Act

Rugby, The Victorians, and Ancient Egyptians were hot topics in the Junior School this half term, when pupils presented a feast of facts to their friends in series of class assemblies.
Taking a trip back in time, Year 6 pupils in forms 6H and 6C displayed some impressive acting skills in two plays about The Victorians and how national charity Barnardo’s began.
Wearing golden headdresses, Year 4 put together a performance about Ancient Egyptians, as studied in their humanities lessons with Junior School Teacher, Mrs Ellison. The assembly included narrating to the audience, singing and dancing. Some pupils even researched their own facts to add to the assembly. 
“I enjoyed singing the Mummy song,” said Grace whilst Tutan said: “I liked playing Tutankhamun, as that is who I am named after! I also enjoyed the story about Osiris and Isis.” 
Rugby fever caught hold of the Year 5 pupils who have been avidly following the Rugby World Cup 2015 during form time, completing wall charts and learning about the different teams taking part.
5C Form Teacher, Mr Cartwright said: “It was a shame England didn’t make it out of the group stage as we had to change our assembly a little, but we’re looking forward to seeing who ends up in the final and have all chosen different teams to support.”

Junior School students in 5C at Cheadle Hulme School present class assembly on the Rugby World Cup