The theatre company La Tourné came to Cambridge House once more to show KS2 students how a great show only needs some carefully crafted props and lots of imagination. La Tourné brought British actors to represent Jack and the Beanstalk. There was running through the audience, singing, dancing, action, drama and children being brought up on stage. Our students were
Last February the gym and the hall filled up with love and energetic dancing. All the children in KS1 and KS2 celebrated a Valentine’s disco, a yearly charity event to raise money for our school in Malima. Everybody danced to the latest tunes, had a break with crisps and chocolate and finally celebrated a dance off, with a winner from
Once again, parrots, astronauts, cowboys, ghostbusters and all sorts of mysterious animals invaded Cambridge House, turning it into a zoo-like fashion show. This year there were some very creative, homemade costumes, which the children showed off in the morning and during their party time in the hall: a stickman, a dandelion, an American souvenir snow globe, a big bunch of
This year we had our first Valentine cards delivery service. The children in Primary wrote each other love and friendship messages and posted their letters in our Valentine’s postbox. Our class reps had a hard time sorting out hundreds of letters, which they delivered to every class.