Assembly 23rd September 2015

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13 Responses to Assembly 23rd September 2015

  1. Year 1 says:

    Year 1 said that they listen to their teachers, their mums and dads, their brothers and sisters, their grandparents and their friends. They told me that all the people who they listen to also listen to them.
    Gwen likes listening to music. Alfie said he likes listening to the music from the Greatest Showman. Pippa likes the music on her tablet before the games start. Sebby said he likes listening to good news!

    The children in assembly did some brilliant listening and were able to whisper and pass the correct message along the line -they remembered it was ‘I like to eat custard and bird seed.’

    Jay told us that two men were talking in the very loud city of New York and one of the men heard a cricket chirping as he was very fond of nature. The other man heard the sound of coins being dropped on the floor as he was interested in making money.

    Eva told us its important to be a good listener as you can follow instructions easily, remember things, learn well, help others and share with them.

    In year 1 we earn dojos for good listening. We are all trying hard to be good listeners.

  2. Year 4 says:

    We discussed the assembly and what it means to be a good listener. The children came up with some of the following responses:

    Jack: I listen to my Mum and Dad
    James: My Aunt listens to me
    Charlie: The children who stood up in assembly were clearly all good listebners because they all managed to pass the message ‘I like to eat custard and bird seed.’ Neil in our class was the person who was last to say the message to the rest of the school.
    Georgia: My Mum and Dad listen to me and my Sister listens to me sometimes. My Nan and Grandad listen to me too.
    Jacob: What was meant by the story was that it only important to listen to the things that really matter.
    Connor: I think it’s good to be a good listener, especially in school because then you will always know what to do.

  3. ajay says:

    Ajay 5h

    I listen my dad my mum and all my family .

    everyone in my family accept for my brother.

    I like listening to my music and my teachear.

    They all listened to each other and got the phrase right.

    I like listening to nature but not in a busy place.

    Beacause if you had no ears you wouldn’t hear anything.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Evie year 5-i like listning to music. I always listen to my friends and they always listen to me. Sometimes the message gets wrong because its hard to hear when whispering. The people where crouding him when he droped the money when he beacause they herd the niose and asked questions. I think it is really good to be a good listner even in school do you can get things right.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Mili k year5

    I like listening to music.
    I always listen to my mum,dad,sister,freindsand everyone.
    Sometimes peolple get it rog but it is all right because everyone makes mistakes and people do not hear it right.
    It means it relys on what you are listerning for.Being a good lisener means you will learn more and get more things right it is realy important to be a good lisener.

  6. dan‍ says:

    I listen to my mum and dad and my family and friends.
    everyone listens to me including my nintendo switch
    I like music and the radio.
    they said it to each other and listened carefully.
    it meant that what ever you like is what you will listen for.
    so you can learn

  7. millie says:

    I listen to my friends.
    My dog listens to meand my familylistens to me.
    I like to listen to music,youtube,netflix.
    My cat listens to me.

  8. Elodie says:

    I listen to my mom,my grandparents,my brothers,my step dad.
    My dog listens to me my mom,my family
    I like listening to music,youtube,netflix
    yes listening is important

  9. harvey says:

    I listen to my mom,dad and family.
    My family listen to me .
    I like listening to music.
    When we passed on the message we heard the message corectly.
    The man meant that if you have something spicial or preciouse to you then you will hear it more than other things.

  10. Isla says:

    I listen to my teacher,friends,mom,dad,cat and sister and the people who listen to me are my mom,dad,friends,teacher and sister.I like listening to music,Youtube,Netflix and my my blootooth speaker!They all got the message right from the start to the end!The man meant youv’e got to try and keep a secret!Yes listening is important.

  11. Adam says:

    Adam; I listen to teachers,mum and dad.
    My friends mum,dad cousins are all important.
    The message was passed correctly.
    Everyone listens for different things.
    you need to listen to what’s important to you.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Year 3 talked about how important it is to be a good listener and we discussed the different people we listen to.

    Ellie listens to her family and her teachers.
    Danny listens to Grandparents and the Headteacher.
    Lee listens to his Mum, Dad and his Nan.
    Scarlett listens to her family and her best friends.
    Nathan listens to most people who have something positive to say.

    Sebastian likes to listen to pop music and R and B.
    Amelia likes listening to theme songs from video games.

    In Mrs Arnolds assembly, a few children were chosen to play Chinese Whispers. Charlie and Scarlett were chosen from Year 3! The message that was passed on was ‘I like custard and bird seed’. The message was delivered successfully so Charlie and Scarlett must be super listeners!

    Mrs Arnolds story was about what is important to us and what we are listening out for. One man could hear a cricket in the middle of New York city. As soon as money was dropped on the floor, many people turned to look.
    This tells us that the man who had heard the cricket was interested in nature but the many who heard the money were interested in making more.

  13. Anonymous says:

    i listen to my freinds and my freinds listen to me.from from Caleb year 3.

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