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Runcton Holme C of E Primary

Learning Together for Life

Class 3 Noted Liars Performance - 28th March 2017

One afternoon a week for the Spring term, Class Two at Wormegay and Class Three at Runcton Holme have been  participating in the Noted Liars Project.  This was a cluster funded, through the National Lottery Project, which involved learning about the history of the Fens through story, song and dance.  Over the ten weeks, children from both schools have learnt and practised new songs, learnt Molly dancing, listened to stories and written their own play scripts around the theme of the Fens.  Two story writers from each school were chosen, and worked alongside national writers and producers to transform their stories to scripts. 
All the children’s hard work was exhibited through performance this week.  It was great to see so many parents come to watch and celebrate the children’s learning around this project.  The children certainly did themselves, their classmates and the school proud with their confident performances.  This project work is building towards a performance at the Corn Exchange where a number of cluster schools come together to share what they have produced, and perform on a bigger stage to a larger audience.  An event that shouldn’t be missed! 

Mrs E Zeil

One afternoon a week for the Spring term, Class Two at Wormegay and Class Three at Runcton Holme have been  participating in the Noted Liars Project.  This was a cluster funded, through the National Lottery Project, which involved learning about the history of the Fens through story, song and dance.  Over the ten weeks, children from both schools have learnt and practised new songs, learnt Molly dancing, listened to stories and written their own play scripts around the theme of the Fens.  Two story writers from each school were chosen, and worked alongside national writers and producers to transform their stories to scripts. 
All the children’s hard work was exhibited through performance this week.  It was great to see so many parents come to watch and celebrate the children’s learning around this project.  The children certainly did themselves, their classmates and the school proud with their confident performances.  This project work is building towards a performance at the Corn Exchange where a number of cluster schools come together to share what they have produced, and perform on a bigger stage to a larger audience.  An event that shouldn’t be missed! 

Mrs E Zeil