As part of our History topic, 'Has Greece Always Been In The News? (Ancient Greeks), Year 3 visited The Liverpool Empire to see a Horrible Histories performance of 'The Groovy Greeks'.
It was a fun and exciting way of supporting classwork.
Audience participation was encouraged throughout the performance to hold the children's interest.
After the interval, the children and staff wore 3-D vision glasses which made us feel that we had to duck flying objects such as spears and insects! The glasses seemed to bring the menacing minotaur to life and gave us all a terrific fright!
As usual, our children appreciated the event and were so well behaved.
On Wednesday 16th March, Y3 had the opportunity of attending a free concert titled 'Keeping Traditions,' at The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
The children listened to, and appreciated music from around the world. The concert involved various musical styles from classical to pop and a variety of instruments were played.
The children from all participating schools learnt a new song, 'Frisco Bay, especially for the concert. As well as singing this song, audience participation was encouraged throughout the concert. Our children sang beautifully and participated in activities with enthusiasm.
Class 3D had the best attendance for Spring Term 2 so as a reward Mrs Harvey aka Attendance Woman, organised 'The Lounge Room Lizards' to visit.
The children loved looking at and handling different species of lizards, snakes, tortoises and of course, the star attraction, Milly the Marmoset monkey.