I am currently completing my PGCE. My mentor (teacher at this school for 6+ years) is leaving at the end of this academic year. I have been asked to prepare something for my class (his last class at this school) to perform and/or share in a leaving assembly, which will take place after I've left and when he is teaching his class again. The school has recently held a similar assembly for a teacher leaving on maternity leave - her class shared the things they love about her (each child standing and reading a sentence or two). I am stuck for ideas for what my Year 3 class could do! I want to do something different from the recent leaving assembly of another teacher. I have limited teaching experience as it is and this is potentially a daunting task. I have only known my mentor for a couple of months, therefore I am relying heavily upon the children's knowledge of him. Any ideas of what they could share or perform would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.