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22/09/2017
Medieval Day

 

It was great to have the students looking so fantastic on Medieval Day, which reflected their commitment to the event, as well as that of their families. 

As the photographs show, the costumes were appropriate, imaginative and gave the whole day a positive foundation. During all of the performances and activities, the students embraced the opportunities presented and adapted to the various situations that occurred. As their responses indicate, they enjoyed the opportunity to have a go at whole range of activities.  

Thank you to all the parents, staff and particularly the students for making the best of Medieval Day 2017. 

 

Student reflections; 

The best thing about Medieval Day was being able to be the co-director. 

The costumes were great and everyone’s contribution on the day was great. 

The best thing about Medieval Day for me were the plays. 

The best thing for me was watching the plays. 

The best thing for me about Medieval Day were the games and soup at lunch. 

The best thing about Medieval Day was being in the stocks and getting sponges thrown at me. 

The best thing about Medieval Day was the soup and lunch activities. 

The best thing about Medieval Day were the costumes and the activities. 

The best thing about Medieval Day was the soup. 

The best thing about Medieval Day was fighting Tim with the sword. 

The best thing about Medieval Day was having no classes, dressing up and performing our plays. 

The best thing about Medieval Day was performing The Lady of Shallot. 

The best thing about Medieval Day was dressing up and learning about those times. 

The best thing about Medieval Day was watching the plays that everyone put together and the games. 

The best thing about Medieval Day was having fun with friends. 

The best thing about Medieval Day was serving soup.