Mrs Cador: July 2015
What a performance! We were absolutely in awe of the improvised story telling by Base 3 in the North Chapel in St Mary's Church this afternoon.
Our school performed three times for different audiences alongside our friends from Audlem St. James, Willaston and Acton, retelling in their own unique way what may have happened to the local Celtic people.
It is so difficult to write the words to describe the children's performance other than AMAZING and FANTASTIC and to say, "Base 3 you were BRILLIANT!" We have, without doubt, some very talented children and you all worked so well as a team to put your performance together. A very big thank you to Miss Carter for the time given to ensuring the children were confident and polished in their performance.
The rest of the school will have the pleasure of seeing your performance on Monday in assembly. THANK YOU!
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