This week was a very exciting and busy week for Year 4!
Throughout the Summer term the class have been working hard to prepare our performance of Macbeth through the Primary Shakespeare Company project.
We have been rehearsing our lines, creating costumes and learning all about the play in our English lessons…
Thank you to the parents who came to our Creativity Afternoon last week to help us prepare for the festival. We really loved having you with us and helping us to create symbols for our characters and painting these on the costumes.
On Wednesday the class attended the summer festival alongside 4 other schools from the Borough of Westminster to each perform an act of one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays. We warmed up our voices, had one last rehearsal and then it was time for the parents, carers and teachers to sit in the audience as we enthralled them with the gruesome and exciting tale…
Thank you to the parents for coming to show yours support! It was lovely to see you there. Thank you for Miss Coleman, Mrs Duffy and Miss Carruthers for also coming to see what we have been working on throughout the Summer term.
Finally, a HUGE thank you to our directors Barry and Martha May and the entire PSC for all of the hard work you put in to making this happen and bringing our ideas to life.
We will be sharing pictures from the festival as soon as we receive them, in the mean time, here are some I managed to capture throughout our journey…
I am so immensely proud of all of you Year 4! You were all so brave and confident, and your performance truly blew us away!
Congratulations to our acting super stars who performed in front of hundreds of people!
What was your favourite part of the Primary Shakespeare project and the festival?