At The Grange School, we believe that assemblies are fundamental in promoting the ethos of the school and providing students with an opportunity for collective reflection and the consideration of spiritual, moral, social and cultural issues.
Our assemblies take into account local, national and global issues that are topical and student awareness is essential to their personal and collective safety or their role as local or global citizens. They provide an opportunity to share community values and success and regularly include awards and recognition for individuals and teams.
Key Stage assemblies and Year Group assemblies enable students to develop self-respect and self-discipline, as well as encouraging students to strive for knowledge, understanding and achievement. They are held twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays, and each Year Group has an assembly once a week. Students actively participate in planning and delivering assemblies and our GELS themes are used as a basis for these.