Saturday, 13 June 2015

Performance Poetry


In a fabulous setting on a fabulous day, children performed year group poems to the school.

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Year 4 enjoying their performance of 'Macavity The Mystery Cat  by T.S.Elliot
 


Year 3 performing 'Walking with my Iguana' by Brian Moses


What a performance! Well done Phase 3 and the rest of the school!

19 comments:

  1. it was a great day i loved the weather evryone knowed their lines and well done to evrybody

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  2. It was a great day i loved all the others poetry.They was raely good.I loved the weather it was realy sunny.And well done to everybody

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  3. i love it miss hocking

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  4. it was awesome.I liked year 3 poem the best.

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  5. It was a fun performance. I'm walking with my igwana was a great poem. I

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  6. fab time playing the drumes well done 3h and 3b

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  7. We all had fun doing all this it was great .Well done everboddy


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  8. It was awesome . I liked year 3 poem.

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  9. i was good and everybody was aazing singing

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  10. I like im waling with my iguana . I like makavity aswell. :)

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  11. It was a brilliant day and my favorate poem was walking with my iguana.from mia right sims

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  12. it was so fun and sunny

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  13. we loved proforming this poem under the blue sunny sky it was a brillant poem and we loved it
    Holly and Victoria

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  14. We loved preforming this wonderfull poem they was all brillant well done to year 3-4 and the teachers.
    Holly and Victoria

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  15. i liked the performence. it was good.we all liked it .from jake fairfield

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  16. Im walking with my igwana was a fun poem from kellise and megija

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  17. we loved the poem it was great thanks teachers!!!

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