B Cador: January 2018
On Tuesday, both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 ventured out to experience the pleasure of storytelling in its different variations as part of our Spring Term, whole school, Learning Journey theme 'Where would we be without books?'
Bases 3 and 4 travelled to the New Vic Theatre to watch a live performance of the children's classic 'Treasure Island'. Our KS2 children were unanimous in their praise of the performance and loved everything about it.
We have to say a very big thank you to Joe Kelly (Jessica's dad) and Vue Cinemas for their generosity of offering Base 1 and 2 their own private screening of Ferdinand at Cheshire Oaks. Both the children and adults reported back that it had been a great experience and everyone had thoroughly enjoyed the story and watching the film.
What a great way to promote books and reading for pleasure as well as a fantastic start to our Learning Journey theme and the new year!
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