Tarbert Primary – The Broken Roof

P3/4 performed an exciting play called The Broken Roof.  We dressed up in costumes and learned words. We were very proud and happy for our play. We all got a good part in the play but the narrators did not act. We felt nervous because there were lots of people at the play. Three children in the play wore Victorian clothes because they were Victorian children in the play. We had fun with it.

Tansy Scott P3/4

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  1. Well done, Tarbert. I’m sure once you started performing all your nerves disappeared! You should be very proud of yourselves.
    P1-4 classes at Rosneath have just put on a performance of “Baboushka” (Russian version of the Nativity) and P5-7 classes performed “Cinderella & Rockerfella” (a modern twist on the traditional tale). Some of them were nervous at first too but then, like yourselves, very proud of their achievement.
    You look VERY relaxed and confident in your photos.

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