Our team of school assembly volunteers are available to deliver two free assemblies themed around wildlife. All our assemblies are interactive and visual including games, storytelling and high resolution pictures.
Bzzy Bees (EYS - Yr6)
At Lower Smite Farm we are focusing on how we can all work together to stop the worrying decline of our amazing wild bees.
Your children will learn more about our bumblebees, red mason bees and mining bees and how we can all help to save them.
This assembly involves an interactive game that acts out the lifecycle of a red mason bee. We will be turning your children into flowers, larvae and bees.
You can also download a Bzzy Bee pack below for more information about how to help wild bees.
The children enjoyed the assembly. I was impressed at how it was pitched so well for the age group of the children. We will definitely recommend your Bzzy Bee assembly to other schools.St James, Malvern
'The Lost Words' (EYS - Yr2 only)
One of our wizards will come and visit to ask for your children's help to find a missing word from nature to complete their spell.
Through this fun and interactive assembly your children will help the wizard find out what it is.
The spell is needed to look after the woodland and all the animals living in it. Along the way your children will learn more about oak trees and the creatures that call this tree their home.
This assembly is based on the 'Lost Words' book by Rob Macfarlane and Jackie Morris. Full of poems, or 'spells', the book reminds us of all the words from nature we are forgetting including 'acorn' and 'starling'.
Your wizard will be focusing on the acorn spell. Using storytelling techniques they will bring their woodland home alive before casting a spell with your children to bring back the word for all of us to remember.
Thank you again for a great morning of assemblies. The children were all really enthralled and have been talking about it all day.Cherry Orchard Primary, Worcester
If you would like to book an assembly email Marissa or phone 01905 754919.
Please let us know the best days of the week for an assembly at your school and approximate timings.