The children in Year 3&4 worked with Finding the Will to learn and perform Shakespeare's, A Midsummer Night's Dream, in just 4 days. The result is a comically adventure through this wonderful play.
The children in Year 1 amused us all with their royal tale this May. Imagine how it must have felt for the Queen when she lost her knickers! We think it's a story Harry and Meghan will be sharing with Archie!
Isabel always does everything she is asked to do, but her tummy is incredibly noisy. Roundwood share this hilarious assembly featuring a pretty heroic stomach!
The children in Hyde put on a very informative assembly all about Earth and space, in a quiz show format. Despite a section of the show being missed out, the children were incredibly professional. Enjoy their performance once again.
Once you've finished watching this assembly you'll know lots more about the water cycle. Plus, you'll be amazed at how funny the water cycle can be!
The children in Regent's told the story of Peter and the Wolf to the music written by Prokofiev. In this story all the characters are represented by a different part of the orchestra, which the children explain beautifully. We hope you enjoy their version.
As we begin 2019, the children in Victoria have a very strong message that will help everyone in the school and community to become everyday heroes.
The children in Roundwood present the Great Fire of London - with a twist. This film is updated for GDPR.
The children in Year 3 have been learning all about Ancient Egypt. In this assembly they share their learning in an entertaining way!
The children in Hampstead perform the hilarious story of a bear who wants to read, but Bears Don't Read!
This is a recording from the Dress Rehearsal at Shaw Theatre, London. Twenty-Two children were given the chance to perform as part of the School's Shakespeare Festival and worked for several months to perfect their performance. They performed in front of a public audience and stole the show. We would like to thank the children's families for all their work, support and encouragement and the staff and children for their energy, enthusiasm and willingness to go the extra mile.
The children in Battersea present an emotional remembrance assembly with the story of the heroes of the First World War.
This classic Julia Donaldson story is given the Anson treatment by the children in Alexandra.
The children in Kensington have uncovered the truth! Humpty Dumpty was pushed. So who pushed Humpty? Was it the Big Bad Wolf, Little Red Riding Hood or perhaps Goldilocks? And where were the three bears while this was all going on? Watch Kensington tell us the truth!
The children in Highbury continue the story of the Miraculous Adventures of Edward Tulane.
The children in Year 5 have been learning about ancient civilisations and cultures. In this assembly the children in Hyde explore one story from Arabia.
The children in Primrose perform their version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves on the Anson stage.