Year 6 had a fantastic time as they performed for the junior school in their leavers assembly last week.
In preparation for leaving the junior school, pupils performed various talent acts in their final assembly. The teachers got stuck into the fun too, with Mr Johnson, Mr Taylor and Miss Baker acting out a short, comic scene dressed in school uniform.
The children worked together to develop and create their own ideas. The acts were entertaining and well prepared, ranging from dance routines and guitar solos to acrobatics.
Hard acts to follow
With a large variety of acts, one group of boys showed great spirit as they wore neon coloured tutus and danced a cheerleader routine. This was followed by an excellent magic act which saw some of the teachers being selected from the audience to get involved.
Tom Flaherty (6T) performed a moving interpretive dance routine about bullying with two other pupils, he said:
I was nervous for the performance, but it was really good fun.
The assembly concluded with one group singing together accompanied by a surprise rap from Mr Johnson.
Libby Wolstenholme (6B) spoke about her time at the junior school and her excitement to move into the senior school:
It’s been really good here, I have loved year six because you’re the oldest and I really enjoyed the Castleton trip. I am really excited to start senior school and to make new friends.
Well done to all pupils and staff who prepared a thoroughly enjoyable assembly.