Springtime Assemblies

Once upon a time, Stories and Spring were the themes of CHS’s Junior School pupils’ end-of-term class assemblies.

As part of their English work, Class 1C have been reading traditional tales and for their class assembly, performed one of their favourites – ‘Goldilocks and The Three Bears’.

The pupils acted out the story with the help of some puppets and sang songs throughout. They even made up their own dance routines as the Three Bears were introduced.

1C’s Class Teacher Mrs Lyng said: The story was told with gusto and clarity and judging by the smiles of the cast and audience alike it was a very happy and enjoyable experience.”

Meanwhile Reception C made everyone feel like Spring had sprung when they performed their first ever CHS class assembly.

All the reception pupils worked hard to learn their lines and perform talk-for-writing story, ‘Not so Loud Oliver’.

It was an emotional occasion for parents and staff when the assembly ended with each pupil presenting a daffodil to a loved one to say thank you and symbolise the spring sunshine on its way.

Reception C Class Teacher, Miss Gladman said: “It was great to see the children using such big, confident voices; they danced like tiny seeds and sung their hearts out!”

Reception pupils in class RC dressed as easter chicks and daffodils show off their springtime costumes for performing their class assembly

Year 1 pupils at cheadle hulme school present their springtime class assembly in the Junior school hall