Year 2 Impress with Monarchy-Themed Showcase Assembly

This morning, Year 2 students delighted parents and grandparents with an engaging showcase assembly centred around the monarchy. Year 2 have been learning about the various roles and responsibilities of monarchs in their History lesson, learning about their duties, including serving as the head of the Church of England and the armed forces.

The assembly featured students acting out various parts of a coronation ceremony, providing an educational display of this historic event. A highlight of the assembly was the re-enactment of the Battle of Hastings, where children wielded pretend swords and shields, bringing history to life with enthusiasm.

Throughout their history lessons, pupils have been exploring the evolution of castles, understanding how they transitioned from wooden structures to formidable stone fortresses. As part of their history project, pupils created detailed posters, designed their own model castles, crowns and shields, showcasing their knowledge and artistic skills.

Following the assembly, parents and grandparents were invited to view Year 2's books and projects in the school hall, allowing them to appreciate the hard work and dedication that has gone into them.

Congratulations to Year 2 for their impressive efforts and for putting on such an informative and entertaining presentation!