FRIDAY BRIDGE: Good old fashioned sing-song at school
THERE was some good old fashioned fun at a Fenland primary school, when youngsters took part in a musical with a difference. All 95 pupils at the Friday Bridge Primary School dressed in past fashions and then sang some good old fashioned clothes for their
THERE was some good old fashioned fun at a Fenland primary school, when youngsters took part in a musical with a difference.
All 95 pupils at the Friday Bridge Primary School dressed in past fashions and then sang some good old fashioned clothes for their "old time musical".
The children aged four to 11 took part in the show which was performed in front of their parents and sang a number of songs including 'you are my sunshine' and 'also any old iron'
The audience, which consisted of parents, also participated with the singing.
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Class one pupils demonstrated old fashioned playground games such as ring-a-ring-a-roses and The Grand Old Duke of York.
Headteacher, Jayne Williams, said: "It was wonderful that all the children and staff dressed up in costumes, even some parents as well.
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"I think it is fair to say everyone had a fantastic time."
A collection was held at the show and £115 was raised and it will be donated to St Mark's Church.
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