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Super Humans at 1GD and 1SS Assembly

Assembly on Super Humans with taste test experiment and 'joiner' style artwork

  • Lower Primary School Assembly - Super Humans by 1GD and 1SS
  • Super Humans Assembly by 1GD and 1SS
  • Super Humans Assembly by 1GD and 1SS
  • Super Humans Assembly by 1GD and 1SS
  • Super Humans Assembly by 1GD and 1SS
  • Super Humans Assembly by 1GD and 1SS

On Friday 31st March, 1GD and 1SS got the chance to be on stage in front of their parents and the Lower Primary School classes. The curtains opened to the children all dressed as skeletons, ready and eager to begin their assembly on Super Humans.

They shared their learning about body parts and functions,  and sang and performed a skeleton dance. Having learned about the five senses, the children got to show a video of a taste test experiment which they conducted in class. You could see from their faces, they did not like the taste of lemon or coffee! We also got the chance to see the children's beautiful artwork, done in the 'joiner' style of the famous artist, David Hockney.

Through song, dance, videos and narration, the audience was engaged and entertained. All in all, this was a wonderful opportunity for 1GD and 1SS to share their learning and show off their talents!

Sarita Somaya
Year 1 Teacher