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First Lower Primary Assembly of Term 2

16 January 2017

Setting amazing goals and working hard to achieve them

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  • First Lower Primary Assembly
  • First Lower Primary Assembly

On Friday Ms Lebihan led an assembly about setting and achieving goals, using the Book of Guinness World Records to show some examples of the amazing goals that people have set themselves and worked hard at to achieve. Some examples included Joe Allison, who broke the record for hanging the most spoons off his face.

And the list of records went further: Pete Glazebrook who grew the world's heaviest onion, Ashrita Furman who won the world record for walking the greatest distance whilst balancing a milk bottle on his head and Don Athey of Bridgeport, who holds the record for stacking the most golf balls vertically without the use of glue or sticky tape. Some of the children enjoyed having a go at some of the amazing goals but found it very hard, and unfortunately, we did not break any world records during assembly. In the end, we agreed that our own goals need to be more realistic and achievable, and we enjoyed sharing some examples of our own New Year Resolutions.