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The Gentlest Giant

16 October 2015

Today, the Performance Exchange Theatre Company visited both AP1 and TX, and retold the story of the 'Gentlest Giant'.

Based around the theme of the environment and not judging a book by its cover, the theatre company got our children involved in the story with classic lines such as 'I can't hear you' and 'Can you help me sing that song again?'.

It was great to see the children engaging in story and drama. Please remember to ask your child(ren) about the play and see if they can sing the 'tidy up' song to you - you might be surprised what great memories they have!

Simon Higham & Ian Battersby Headteachers