Form 3 turned back the clock to 1536 and lived a day in the life of Tudor times in the reign of King Henry VIII. The life and times of this period, including the worry of being caught up in a plot or being treated by the best in medical expertise at the time (i.e. being given very bad medicine and being given a hole in the head!) was brought to life for Form 3 with a ‘History Off the Page’ Tudor Workshop.
In the morning Form 3 became members of King Henry VIII’s household, performing a variety of everyday 16th century tasks. They had fun being ‘Scholars’ mixing inks together to use
With this year’s performance of The Tempest, the Young Shakespeare Company yet again provided a wonderful opportunity for the children to experience Shakespeare through direct involvement in one of his plays.
The work was performed by a cast of dynamic, classically-trained actors, with a passion for performing Shakespeare for younger audiences. This magical comedy was brought vividly to life around and amongst the children. The company specializes in including the whole audience to create such dramatic scenes as the storm on Prospero’s island and the dramatic confrontation between the