World Theatre Day (Monday 27th March) was the driver for our recent Focus Week which saw the excellent Performing Arts provision at the school take centre stage.

A week of activities included performances of ‘Snow White’, Spotlight performance to showcase talent at lunch-time, a lunch-time quiz with all-star prizes, special assemblies and a range of tutor time and promotional activities.

Out ‘Thought for the Week’ noted that the Ancient Greeks used to demand that all citizens attended theatre performances and our Focus Week meant that no-one could avoid getting involved.

Lottie Hearn, Assistant Headteacher, said: “Performing Arts flourishes at our school and provides wonderful opportunities for our students to express themselves, improve team-work skills, develop their confidence and embrace the fun of school life. This special week brought those qualities together and all the work that went into creating a busy week was well worthwhile.”