Every week in assembly the children are shown a photograph with a 'Big Question'. The question encourages discussion and children being given the opportunity to voice their own opinions. Sometimes we use videos linked to the question and different scenarios.
The teachers then discuss the question in class and it is adapted to suit each Key Stage and year group. Our pupil voice children go around the classes during the week to get a variety of children's feedback to the big question and this is then added to the display board.
Picture News compliments our Personal, Social and Emotional education and also links directly to British Values.
All children at Westfield Nursery and Primary School are encouraged to have a voice. Picture News allows us to provide depth to our rich curriculum.
On Fridays we have a gold book celebration assembly where 2 children are chosen from each class to receive a Gold book certificate in recognition of their Learning Challenge Behaviour's demonstrated in class.
.Attendance awards are also celebrated during the assembly with the highest achieving year group being rewarded with a non-uniform day the following week.
This Weeks Question: What is the best way to show your support?
13 year old Max Woosey- also know as the 'Boy in the Tent' - has recently set a Guinness World Record for the most money raised by camping. Inspired by a family friend, the young teenager has raised over £750,000 for North Devon Hospice. Max spent every night in a tent since he began his challenge three years ago in the garden of his home in Braunton, Devon. 'It's been the best three years of my life,' he said, describing the challenge.