Usually we would be having our special World Week assembly today with everyone dressed up and lots of children representing their countries with presentations, songs, poems, dances or by playing instruments.
This year everything is a bit different so we decided to celebrate the end of World Week in a different way.
All of the children and staff were invited to create a photograph to celebrate their special country/country for this special World Week film. Thank you so much to everyone who took part and went to so much effort.
Lots of you also told me about the countries represented in your photo. Click here to read about the photos Our countries and then see if you can spot them in the film. See if you can spot Miss Coleman too-The clue is that she has been dressing up to celebrate England for a long time!
The songs are ‘He’s got the Whole World in His Hands’ sung by the Foundation Stage Bubble, ‘It’s a Small World After All’ sung by the Key Stage 1 Bubble and ‘Every Child has Rights.’ sung by the Key Stage 2 Bubble all with Mr Rees at the piano. The Key Stage 2 song was written by Matthew Plant, the choirmaster at St. Mary’s RC Primary School in Crewe and he kindly shared it with us.
I hope that you enjoy the film. Don’t forget to go to yesterday’s World Week postto tell us all about the languages that you speak and to learn more about the languages that other children speak at home.