During the Easter and Summer holidays, The Community Sport Foundation are offering two-day pan-disability multi-sport camps for children aged six to eighteen. More information can be found here
A very big thank you to The Percy Bilton Charity (http://www.percy-bilton-charity.org/) for their kind donation of Â£4889.00 towards the purchase of our interactive floor system. We can’t wait to get on with the planning and install phase.
A massive thank you Mr Kendall for the kind donation of a new Sound System for the school hall including 5 microphones, new CD play and brand new mixing desk. This very kind donation will transform the way in which the school is able to plan and deliver whole school productions. The new system was given its first proper run during this year’s whole school production of Peter Pan.
The Sound System came from Cookes of Norwich (http://www.cookes.co.uk/)
Sheringham Woodfields School production this year was the story of the boy who never grew up, â€˜Peter Panâ€™.
All the pupils in the school played some part within the show which ran for two days.Â This was from being on stage, sound and music technicians, set designers and prop designers.Â
The rehearsals started on Monday 2nd March with the opening show on Thursday 5th March.Â All the pupils worked really hard to make the show happen, practicing their dances, lines and songs.Â
The performance was very well received by the audience, with many wanting to come back to the second show.Â
Peter Pan was played by Zac, Wendy was played by E
loise, John was played by Shane, Michael was played by Finley, Tinkerbell was played by Maddie, Hook was played by Sam with Connor as understudy, Smee was played by Connor, Tiger Lilly was played by Anna.Â
The stage was a blaze of colour with Red Indians and Pirates fighting, crocodiles chasing Captain Hook, Lost Boys following their leader and Fairies dancing around.Â All proceeds from the performances were going to Great Ormond Street Hospital, which was JM Barrieâ€™s chosen charity for all royalties from performances of the show.
A retiring collection in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital made Â£96.51 which has been donated via their online donation facility.