School Day and Assembly

The School Day

7.30am – Breakfast Club
8.50am – Start of the school day.
10.30 – 10.45am – Break
12.00 – 1.15pm – Reception Lunchtime
12.00 – 1.00pm – Years 3 and 4 Lunchtime
12.15 – 1.15pm – Years 1 and 2 Lunchtime
12.30 – 1.30pm – Years 5 and 6 Lunchtime
3.15pm – End of School Day
3.15 – 4.15pm – School Clubs
After School Club available until 6.00pm.

Children at Peartree Spring Primary School have access to an onsite Breakfast Club and After School Club that runs every day.

We have a range of extra-curricular activities arranged by both the school and outside organisations.

Our weekly assembly timetable

Monday – Whole School Assembly

In this assembly, we introduce our main theme of the week. This may be linked to a national event, a Rights Respecting School article, a well-being theme or one of our pupil voice events. We focus on our theme by sharing a rich text.

Tuesday – Singing Assembly

The whole school gather to learn new songs and musical language.

Wednesday – House Assembly

This assembly is led by our House Captains. They deliver the information to the children in their house teams. It provides an opportunity for the children to delve deeper into our theme of the week. The House Captains also use this time to set house challenges which encourage the children to help their house win the weekly house competition by earning extra points.

Thursday – Class Assembly

Each class takes a turn to put on a show for their adults. Adults are invited (via Livestorm) to watch their child take on their role.

Friday – Celebration Assembly

Each week the whole school gathers together to celebrate individual and team successes. Each class selects a Star of the Week, Star Reader and Maths Star. Sporting successes and birthdays are also celebrated. Children also share home achievements such as sports club awards in this assembly.

You can view a copy of our Celebration Assembly slides by clicking here.

Spring Term Assemblies

Spring 1

Week 5 – Rosa Parks – Art. 2 All Children Have Rights

Week 4 – Chinese New Year – Art. 29 Develop Respect For Other Cultures

Week 3 – Martin Luther King Jr – Art. 2 All Children Have These Rights

Week 2 – Stephen Hawking – Art. 24 The Right to Health Care

Week 1 – New Year and Resolutions – Art. 12 The Right To Be Listened To

Autumn Term Assemblies

Autumn 2

Week 8 –Refuge – Art. 14 The Right to Own Thoughts and Beliefs

Week 7 – Eight Nights Eight Lights – Art. 14 The Right to Own Thoughts and Beliefs

Week 6 – Joy to the World – Art. 14 The Right to Own Thoughts and Beliefs

Week 5 – Spend It – Art. 28 The Right to a Good Education

Week 4 – LPBD Malala Yousafzai – Art. 2 All Children Have These Rights

Week 3 – LPBD Alan Turing – Art. 29 The Right to Develop Our Abilities

Week 2 – Remembrance – Art. 39 The Right to Freedom From War

Week 1 – Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot – Art. 30 The Right to Practice Your Religion

Autumn 1

Week 7 – Food in stories – Art. 24 The Right to Healthy Food

Week 6 – LPBD Dwayne Johnson – Art. 29 Your Education Should Develop Your Abilities

Week 5 – Harvest Celebrations – Art. 29 Your Education Should Develop Your Respect For Cultural Beliefs

Week 4 – Making Connections – Art. 8 The Right to An Identity

Week 3 – Abilities not Disabilities – Art. 29 The Right to Develop Our Abilities

Week 2 – Sharing Our Interests – Art. 8 The Right An Identity

Week 1 – Emotions and Change – Art. 12 The Right to Our Opinion

Last Year

Spring Term Assemblies

Spring 1

Week 6 – Charles Dickens – Art 28 The Right to an Education

Week 5 – Rosa Parks – Art. 2 The Right to Protection Against Discrimination

Week 4 – Anne Frank – Art. 38 The Right to Protection and Freedom From War

Week 3 – Martin Luther King Day – Art. 2 All Children Have Rights

Week 2 – Ella Fitzgerald – Art. 30  The Right to Enjoy Your Own Culture

Week 1 – Determination – Art. 29 The Right to Develop Your Talents

Autumn Term Assemblies

Autumn 2

Week 6 – Malala Yousafzai – Art. 38 The Right to Freedom from War

Week 5 – Winter Jumper Day – Art. 24 The Right to Healthcare

Week 4 – Disability Awareness – Art. 2 All Children Have Rights

Week 3 – Children In Need – Art. 27 The Right to a Good Enough Standard of Living

Week 2 – Remembrance – Art. 38 The Right to Protection and Freedom From War

Week 1 – Bonfire Night – Art. 30 The Right to Practice Your Religion

Autumn 1

Week 7 – Diwali – Art. 30 The Right to Practice Your Religion

Week 6 – World Mental Health Day – Art. 24 The Right to Information to Help Us Stay Well

Week 5 – Black History Month – Art. 8 The Right to an Identity

Week 4 – Harvest– Art. 24 The Right to Healthy Food

Week 3 – The Queen – Art. 8 The Right to an Identity

Week 2 – Aspirational Goals – Art. 29 Your Education Should Help You Develop Your Talents

Week 1 – Emotions and Change – Art. 12 The Right to Our Opinion

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Peartree Spring Primary School
Hydean Way
Stevenage
Herts
SG2 9GG

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01438 233900

Headteacher - Mrs Teresa Skeggs