Good morning Meadlands! Whilst we continue to work in our bubbles, assemblies will either be live broadcasts into classrooms or recordings. All recorded assemblies can be found on the following page, as well as our current assemblies there are some 'classics' from our school closure archive. Such as the summer end of year assembly, pet celebration assembly and sports awards!
SUMMER TERM 2021
Monday 10 May 2021 - The Law
Tuesday 27 April 2021 - International Dance Day
SPRING TERM 2021
Good morning. Tuesday's assembly is in 2 parts, first click on the date for the usual link to youtube where you will find Mrs McGeoch's introduction and then come back to the webpage and select the 'Around the World' link.
Monday 8 March - Grand Designs
Good morning. Tuesday's assembly is in 3 parts, first click on the date for the usual link to youtube where you will find Mrs McGeoch's introduction and then come back to the webpage and select the powerpoints one after the other.
Monday 4 January 2021 - Mrs McGeoch's message for the children about school closure.
From the 5th January 2021 school will be closed
and we will be starting Meadlands-at-Home.
Autumn Term 2020
Assemblies from July - March 2020
Summer Term 2
Assemblies this week will be held during the picnics apart from two very special assemblies that will be uploaded on Wednesday morning.
Wednesday 17th June (spot the spelling mistake!)
Monday 15th June
Part 1, see video below.
Part 2, Blue Peter clip, please click here
Early Years and KS1, Sesame Street clip, please click here
Summer Term 1
(Error in today's assembly...It in indeed the 11th - not 10th - and day 50 of school closure!)
Assembly today is in 2 parts, because there is so much to say!
There are 2 singing assemblies this morning. See the video below for the Meadlands Choir and then follow this by clicking on Mrs Pearman's Singing Assembly:
Thursday 23rd April 2020 Singing Assembly
Sunday 19th April: Welcome back to the Summer Term 2020!
Thursday 2nd April 2020 : Singing Assembly
Parents after watching Wednesday's assembly, if your child would like to find out more about Helen Sharman there is a rather marvellous opportunity. Since she is a Richmond resident the local authority (AfC) have organised to do a short video presentation for the children! However, she would like to be able to answer some questions from young people as part of this. How exciting! Here are the details:
AfC are inviting schools to ask their children and young people to submit video questions for Helen. We will NOT be able to use all videos – however, we will try and use as many as possible. We will be ensuring that the videos we select represent schools across the borough, ages and gender etc of young people.
Some guidance for the videos:
Wednesday 25th March 2020