Year 3 & 4 held their Harvest Festival on 18th October, this year based on C.S. Lewis’ tales of Narnia – where four vegetable-wise children travel through their kitchen fridge and into the land of Farmia, where it is forever Autumn and never harvest. In this land, the children eventually trick the Evil Queen into tasting a pea and becoming ‘good’ once again.
The children worked incredibly hard for the past four weeks, rehearsing songs, practising dance routines and learning their lines at home. Their efforts paid off in one spectacular performance which showed off the dancing and singing talents from both Year 3 and 4. They portrayed the characters extremely well, adding humour and drama to give the story meaning and understanding.
A huge congratulations to the children of Year 3 and 4 for pulling off another successful Harvest festival performance.