School show a roaring success

The hills were alive with the sound of music, laughter and a fair bit of yodelling when the pupils of Holy Trinity First School took to the stage.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 27 July, 2018, 14:00
Class 5 pupils played the main roles.

Performing their annual summer show at The Maltings, around 170 children took part.

This year’s tale – Dragon Days – was set in an Alpine village where the locals are convinced a terrifying monster is roaming the mountains.

Class 1 goatherds.

The outgoing Year 4 pupils took on the main roles with children from other classes stepping in with their dance routines. There were fighters, clocks, moles, superheroes, goatherds, baby dragons and mountain birds – and some totally roarsome moves.

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The singing from Class 5 was strong and confident with a beautiful solo from Sophia.

The dragon turned out to be a gentle creature and only wanted to make friends with the villagers sent to hunt her down. The moral of the story, of course, was not to judge people (or dragons) before getting to know them.

Class 2 superheroes.