Turns in the Hall

December 19, 2017 | 0 Comments | Filed under: 2018, February 2018

The tradition of “Turns in the Hall”, just before the children break up for the Christmas holiday, is always a popular event and many parents attended to enjoy the children’s performances again this year.

The reception children opened the show with a brilliant performance of Jingle Bells (with plenty of bells and dancing of course). Year 1’s recipe for an exploding Christmas pudding came to an inevitable conclusion, which was unsurprising given what they put into it! Grandma’s misfortune in getting run over by Rudolph nevertheless made for an entertaining routine from Year 2.

Class 3/4 successfully prevented the Grinch (aka Mr Downings) from stealing Christmas (but perhaps not the show) thanks to a surprise visit from Santa himself, who brought the Christmas spirit back. Class 5/6 then put on a fine display of talent with a musical ensemble, stand up comedy, a magic act, a great solo singer, a gymnastics routine, a “dog” agility act (in which no real animals played any part) and a magic pair of arms to complete the Grinch’s humiliation. The talent show was compered by “Ant ‘n’ Dec” and judged by a discerning panel.

Everyone left with a smile on their face and filled with hope that we might have finally seen the last of the Grinch!

Andrew Farrell
School Governor

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