Assemblies at Brooklands Farm Primary School
At Brooklands Farm Primary School we recognise that it is important to support children in becoming well-rounded, life-long learners who are prepared for the opportunities and experiences of later life in modern Britain.
We strive to provide a broad and balanced range of assemblies that we deliver in each of our small schools. Our assemblies are carefully thought out to provide opportunities for teachers and children to discuss subjects that have an impact on behaviour, safeguarding, wellbeing and tolerance in line with supporting pupil’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
Through all our assemblies we emphasise our fundamental values as a school through our school ethos ‘Open, Grow, Believe’, focusing on building a learning community that supports children through collaborative, respectful, reciprocal relationships. Our assemblies aim to provide opportunities for children to explore fundamental learning behaviours and team work to allow them to thrive in their social and academic development.
We aim to allow children to develop their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through a wide range of assembly themes.
We aim to provide opportunities for children to discuss issues that keep them safe in and out of school.
We aim to promote mutual respect and tolerance of those with different beliefs and faiths as well as deliver clear guidance on what is right and wrong.
We strive to make a contribution to our local community at all available opportunities.
Our school songs are:
- Believe (Sclub7)
- Sing (Gary Barlow)
- Proud (Heather Small)
- We’re all in this together (High School Musical)
- World’s Greatest (R.Kelly)
- True Colours (Phil Collins)
- One More Step Along the World I Go
- You Are My Brother (Hosanna Rocks)
- Count on Me (Bruno Mars)
- Happy (Pharrell Williams)
- Ain’t no Mountain High Enough
- Rule the World (Take That)
- This Little Light of Mine
- Gold (Spandau Ballet)
- What I am (Will.i.am)
The assembly theme documents for each term are here: