p7 have been doing a leaving performance. we have all been working very hard on our scripts and our loud voices. we are collecting in all our costumes and props . we have been rehearsing 24/7 at the school and we are all enjoying ourselves.
This is a update on the P7 Thing.Its just to tell you that we know all of our lines and we know out stage directions. we have to learn to speak louder so that people can hear us because some of the people are not speaking that loud.It is a few weeks until we do our show. All of us can not wait until it is show time.
Because this is our last year in primary school we are doing a primary 7 leavers show. We have been praticing in front of the primary 6s everyone has just about learned all there lines. The time captual group find a time captual and then primary 1 come on then primary 2 come on then primary 3 primary 7 are the last group. After primary 7we sing a song while everyone is leaving.
Every Wednesday for 3 weeks, 2 of our classmates attend surfing lessons. Their names are Aaron Mitchell and Brodie Wood. They say it is very fun and would recommend it to more pupils, boys or girls. The sessions are 2 hours long and take place at John Muir Country Park. The surf instructor is a very nice women, who helps everyone out with catching waves. There are a lot of activities that happens there like The Bridge of Doom, British Bull-sharks and many more.
On Sunday the 5th of June, Caitlin Golightly from P6/7 wascrowned Tranent Gala Queen 2011 by Isa Thomson from Centre Stage. Micheal Macfarlene from St Martins was the consort. The people who were in the gala court from Sandersons Wynd was:
Morven Walker P7C
Lauren Peden P7C
Kirstin Bell P7C
Chloe Burt P7C
Alwynne Forlow P6/7
Jade Motherwell P3P
Sophie Wood P1I
Robert Mackenzie P7C
Lucas Reid P6/7
The dresses were lovely and they will get to were them again on Saturday at the Parade.
Here Are Some Pictures Of What They Looked like….