Class Assembly

We would like to invite you to watch our class assembly on Wednesday 19th June at 2.30pm, in the hall.


In order to prepare the children for their assembly, please can you provide a red t shirt in a named plastic bag. We have been learning our lines and three songs. The song words are below with the link to the song. The children have made a great start with learning them. If you can help them to rehearse, we would really appreciate it.

 

I love Red - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nz7LUHiFNIg

Red! Red! I love red! From the tips of my fingers to the top of my head, from my knees to my toes to the end of my nose. I love red! I love red!

Yellow is the colour of golden corn, and a cute little chick, all fluffy and warm, but there is a colour that I love best, it’s so much better than all the rest.

Red! Red! I love red! From the tips of my fingers to the top of my head, from my knees to my toes to the end of my nose. I love red! I love red!

Green is the colour of garden peas and leaves that flutter in the breeze, but there is a colour that’s lots of fun, this is the colour that’s my number one.

Red! Red! I love red! From the tips of my fingers to the top of my head, from my knees to my toes to the end of my nose. I love red! I love red!

Blue is the colour of the summer sky and blueberries sitting in a blueberry pie, but there is a colour that I’ll never miss and this one’s right at the top of my list.

Red! Red! I love red! From the tips of my fingers to the top of my head, from my knees to my toes to the end of my nose. I love red! I love red!

Ladybird is red, tomatoes too, strawberries are red for me and you, lipstick is red and crayons are bright. All this red is a wonderful sight.

Red! Red! I love red! From the tips of my fingers to the top of my head, from my knees to my toes to the end of my nose. I love red! I love red!

The three little pigs song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2s7cz6p7jew

Three little pigs went out one day, one built his house out of hay. The other pigs thought it would fall, fall, fall, but the first didn’t care at all.

Three little pigs went out one day, the second used sticks to build away. The third pig thought it would fall, fall, fall, but the second didn’t care at all.

Three little pigs went out one day, for the third pig bricks were the way. He knew the house wouldn’t fall, fall, fall, so the work didn’t bother him at all.

Then came a wolf who was big and bad. He was incredible hungry and mad. The three little pigs saw the wolf that day. They slammed their doors and hid away.

“Little pig, little pig let me in!”

“Not by the hair on my chinny-chin chin!”

“Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow, blow, blow!”

And boy, did the hay house go.

“Little pigs, little pigs let me in!”

“Not by the hair on our chinny-chin chins!”

“Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow, blow, blow!”

And boy, did the stick house go.

“Little pigs, little pigs let me in!”

“Not by the hair on my chinny-chin chin!”

“Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow, blow, blow!”

“Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow, blow, blow!”

He climbed on the roof, down the brick chimney. He came with his teeth all bared, bared, bared. So the three little pigs got scared. The third little pig lit a log on fire. The smoke started rising higher and higher. The wolf burnt his hairy tail! Ow! Ow! Ow! And the wolf ran out of town.

The two little piggies of hay and sticks. Learned a lesson all about work and bricks. A hard-worked job won’t fall, fall, fall. To a huff, or a puff, at all.

Goldilocks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIhJrac-1eg

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears, Oh what did her blue eyes see?

A bowl that was huge, a bowl that was small and a bowl that was tiny and that was all. She counted them 1, 2, 3!

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears, what did her blue eyes see?

A chair that was huge, a chair that was small and a chair that was tiny and that was all. She counted them 1, 2, 3!

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears, what did her blue eyes see?

A bed that was huge, a bed that was small and a bed that was tiny and that was all. She counted them 1, 2, 3!

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears, what did her blue eyes see?

A bear that was big, a bear that was small and a bear that was tiny and that was all. They growled at her. Grr! Grr! Grr!

Thank you

Mrs Poole, Mrs Byrne, Mrs Ahmad