Possibly last shout out for props: The ‘ladies’ would like some bling, bows and hairclips, and some handbags. Poundland carrier bag Long necklace (pearl?) & tiara fingerless gloves Canes (I’m not sure if there are any in the pipeline) coat hangers make up to add grubbiness to orphans (or just leave them unwashed until Friday) … More Wigs & Walking Sticks
Due to our busy schedule, I felt it was important to touch base with the Year 6 children to give them feedback about their results. This will be followed up with the nitty gritty figures on Monday. Suffice to say, “Well done everyone – all your hard work paid off. I could not be more … More SATs Results
Well done to all the children who have been making props for the play – they’ve worked very hard, and with great enthusiasm. There are just a few more bits and pieces to find. Our lovely ‘ ladies’ are on the lookout for a couple of wigs, to enhance their glamorous appearance. Any ‘girlie’ accessories … More Props – can anyone help?
We thought it might be a nice idea to try to wear something vaguely patriotic – but not compulsory. I’ll bring some blank Ardingly forms for those who still need to fill them in. Some children are wondering whether to bring in school uniform to do the orphans scene – you can do so if … More Perhaps Patriotic Colours
The children can wear home clothes tomorrow. Please congregate at Cumnor Theatre between 8.30 and 9am. Costumes in a named bag please and everyone will need a packed lunch, water bottle and sun protection please. They might like to bring a book, or something quiet to do when they are not performing. I’ll take up … More Tomorrow & Thursday
The character Eliza is looking for a white blouse (not shirt) for the play. If anyone could help, please let us know.
Good luck to the Chailey children, who will be out of school on Monday & Tuesday. Remember what I said, and if you want to come to Rounders Club (and to tell m what you’ve been up to) then I’d love to see you. The rest of the class will have PE on Monday and … More Next Week