This week saw our performance of Romeo and Juliet at The Lamproom Theatre. It was the culmination of 10 months of hard work and we are so proud of everyone who took part. It was an amazing afternoon.
Over the last few days we have been designing and creating our very own dragon’s eye. We have used lots of different Art skills to complete the task.
What do you think of the completed dragon eyes?
War on the streets of Verona!
We have used single use plastic and other waste we have collected to make our own recycled puppets. Next week we will be creating our own puppet shows with different characters like Pollution Pat, Bin man Boris and Wasteful Wayne!
Last week saw a variety of arts events at HCPS. These included: Oliver’s amazing feline Arts Award work; the final scene from Romeo and Juliet put on it’s feet; Hannah commanding her Roman legion and Y3 topic inspired art work. Some really exciting activities.
So what are we going to do about it?
#Y3TrashMob against sewage!
Today we have continued painting our seascape. The before images of a beautiful blue sea will soon be destroyed by the waste that is clogging up our oceans and destroying our clean beaches.
These our before paintings…
I’ll post an update of the aftermath later!
Fantastic to see so many parents and caters at the Fs and KS1 maths mornings – I think the adults were having a little too much fun!
Rehearsals are moving at a pace and Act 3 is nearly blocked. Fantastic effort from the cast. Performance day in June is not that far away!