Pupils individual photographs - Wednesday 17 October. Last day of this half term Friday 19 October.
Home Page

South Wonston Primary School Together, we will nurture, inspire, challenge and achieve

Whole School Assembly Themes 2018-2019

The key themes we have covered in our assemblies each week are as follows:


Week of 8/10/18

  • A representative of the Winchester Night Shelter visited us to talk about the work they do supporting the homeless in Winchester.
  • In our reading assembly this week Mrs Flynn read the book' We're going on a bear hunt.' It is one of her favourite books.
  • Celebrating Black History Month. The children learnt about Harriet Tubman and how she escaped her life as a slave and then helped others to escape to freedom. 


Week of 1/10/18

  • Hampshire Air Ambulance Education Team visited us to talk about their work and how we can help to keep ourselves safe.
  • In our reading assembly this week Mrs Broadway read a selection of poetry in celebration of National Poetry day.
  • Winchester Deanery Schools Team led our assembly focusing on 'Christians believe that Jesus thinks everyone is special.'
  • Owls Class Assembly for parents


Week of 25/9/18

  • Learning about how much food we have compared to children in other parts of the world.  
  • Harvest 
  • In our reading assembly this week Miss Jeffries shared two biographies from Boys who dare to be different & Stories for rebel girls.


Week of 17/9/18

  • Considering how new Reception children will copy older children's behaviour and attitudes.
  • In our reading assembly this week Mrs Carter shared the story book 'Hoot Owl, Master of disguise' by Sean Taylor
  • Learning about Genetic Disorders and supporting Jeans For Genes Day on 21/9/18


Week of 10/9/18

  • Exploring the need for cooperation and to consider that every contribution to shared effort can be vital. - The story of the Enormous Turnip
  • The importance of leaving judgments and prejudices far behind - The New Neighbour by Sarah McIntyre
  • Looking after our environment - The Plastic Free Winchester' Campaign  (Visiting speaker)
  • Democracy in school - Maple, Beech, Ash & Willow House assemblies. House Captains were elected and announced


Week of 4/9/18

  • Making a Fresh Start: Encouraging everyone to begin the new school year with optimism and positivity.
  • Reflecting upon the new opportunities and challenges that a new school year brings - The story of Zacchaeus
  • Learning about discipline in sport - Karate demonstration