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Year 4 Production - Pantastic

Year 4 Production - Pantastic

The Year 4 production was full of excitement, chaos and lots of fun. We particularly enjoyed learning all the songs; they were wonderful. We loved singing the songs so much that we still can’t stop singing them! They’re stuck in our heads and we can’t forget them. We sing them in the shower, on the playground, in the classroom and sometimes even when we sleep!

Pantastic is a play about a boy called Peter Pan who lives in Neverland. The adventure all starts when Peter and his mischievous fairy called Tink visit Wendy, John and Michael’s house. On their magical adventure they meet the Neverlandians, and their leader Tiger Lily, and the fearsome pirates, lead by Captain Hook. Peter has lots of friends in Neverland and they are called the Lost Boys. Sometimes they are visited by the crocodile, who particularly likes the taste of Captain Hook!

When we performed, we sang lots of songs and they helped tell the interesting story of Peter Pan’s adventures. We tried to pick our favourite songs, but we just couldn’t choose! We love them all because they’re so fun. We loved how we had a great time even though we were working so hard. The hardest part was to learn and memorise our lines and be quiet when we were off stage, but we still did a Pantastic job!

One of the funniest moments came from our morning performance when Hajin, a pirate, ran back on stage to dance at the end of the show but no one else joined him. He quickly ran off stage embarrassed, we all laughed and ran on stage together.

Taking part in our production helped us to build confidence, to enjoy speaking in front of lots of people and to learn lots of new words. We have learnt that we are all excellent comedians and performers! We already miss performing!


By BSY Globe Reporters & Year 4 Production Performers: Xing Xing, Ben Feng and Elle