RNLI Assembly

A couple of Superstars get into "character"!

It was our turn to present an assembly on Friday. At the start of the school year we took Flat Stanley to visit the lifeboats. We had a really great trip and having learned that the RNLI is a charity, we decided then that we would like to raise some money for them.

Fast forward to January and we tool part in the RNLI’s SOS day, through having a sponsored spell and inviting parents to a Scottish afternoon, during which we collected donations.

During our assembly we took the parts of newsreaders, reporters, lifeguards and people at the beach to report on what we had been learning about the RNLI, how to stay safe at the beach, and to tell the whole school about our fundraising efforts.

We raised a total of £267.37 which we are amazingly proud of.

Allan and Tommy, who are both part of the Arbroath Lifeboat Crew, kindly came along to watch our assembly and to let us present our cheque to them.

We all worked very hard to learn our parts and Mrs Stewart thinks we did an fantastic job.

We are hoping to be able to show you a video of our assembly soon. Here are some pictures in the meantime.

Talking about beach safety.

Allan and Tommy with the Superstars and Mrs Nurthern

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2 Responses to “RNLI Assembly”

  • Well done, not just an amazing amount of money but you were able to tell lots of people about the great work RNLI do

  • It sounds like a great trip! You have raised alot of money. I love the book Flat Stanley.

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