The Narnia Experience
On Monday 7th February Key Stage 2 visited 'The Narnia Experience' at St George's Hall, Liverpool.
We were welcomed by a gospel choir and watched a short film which set the scene of children being evacuated in the 1940s. Shortly after, we entered the home of Professor Kirke. Mrs MacCready the housekeeper gave us some house rules to follow. We had the opportunity to look at gas masks and imagine what life was like during World War 2.
Soon we found ourselves at the beginning of a thrilling journey through the wardrobe. Yes we really went through the wardrobe, the fur coats brushed against our faces as we passed through.
Half of the children followed the trail of the character Lucy Pevensie, the remaining half took the Edmund trail. Mr Tumnus (the faun) met the children on Lucy's trail; whilst Edmund's trail led to the castle 'Cair Paravel', the home of the White Witch.
Both groups were reunited for the meeting of Aslan and the White Witch where Edmund's fate was decided. A battle around the stone table then followed in which the Pevensie children and Aslan defeated the White Witch.
Key Stage 2 left Narnia through the wardrobe and found themselves back in Professor Kirke's office. The professor reminded the children about the important messages of friendship and loyalty within the story of 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe'.
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Book Fair - November 2010
Thank you to all pupils who entered the book review competition. The standard of book reviews was excellent. Congratulations to the pupils who won book prizes.
|We all had great fun on Friday 5th November as we launched the book fair. The children and staff dressed as their favourite book characters. The costumes were all fantastic, well done everyone. Here are some pictures to remind you. |
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