WEDNESDAY, 18TH NOVEMBER – Class 4 & 5 graced us with their performance of The Fate of Baldur on Wednesday afternoon, where they brought the mysteries and magic of Asgard into the school hall. Standing against the backdrops painted by the children themselves, the class stood as proud as warriors with their boldly-coloured shields and raised swords.
The play tells the story of the tragic circumstances surrounding the death of beloved Baldur, God of Light. When the three Norns of Past, Present, and
WEDNESDAY, 13TH MAY – For the past few mornings, the school hall has been home to a flurry of quiet yet excited activity as Sarah and her class put their heads together to brainstorm ideas for their play. With an open box of crayons at the ready, the group have been bouncing ideas off each other and letting the flow of creativity colour the sheets that they have used for the set of their play.
An adaptation of A. A. Milne’s much-loved
We would like to pay tribute to the three students of the upper school who directed and performed ‘The Bear’ by Anton Chekhov in the school hall. This production was organised and directed, with no input from any teachers, by a class 11 student and featured two class 9 students in the main roles. Those who were fortunate enough to see this performance will agree that it was a spectacular show of drama and was enjoyed by a considerable audience.
The whole school and many parents gathered in the school hall to watch class 2 and 3 perform their play ‘The Song of Hiawatha’, which they have enjoyed working on this term. This was a wonderful performance with some great costumes.