PALS Assembly (Progress, Achievement and Learning Sharing)

This week, the children spent an assembly time sharing their progress and learning from the term with a friend in a different year group. The children and staff discussed what makes a good learner, referring to the school vision, ‘Independent Me’ and the Golden Rules. The children brought a book to the assembly and shared it with their partner, asking questions such as ‘Where have you made progress?’, ‘What have you learned?’ and ‘How did the teacher’s marking help you?’

The assembly was a great opportunity for the children to, not only celebrate successes, but also to identify the progress they have made this term. It was wonderful to see the children’s excitement and pride in their learning, as well as their joy in sharing in their friend’s success. Well done everybody for a great term of learning!