End-of-year play success for pupils

Braeburn  Year 6 Leavers Junior School Production. Picture Dave Kettlewell. 112910'18/07/11
Braeburn Year 6 Leavers Junior School Production. Picture Dave Kettlewell. 112910'18/07/11
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YOUNGSTERS at Braeburn Junior School were in fine voice for their end-of-year production.

The show, called Hoodwinked, was put on by the school’s Year 6 pupils.

Teacher Rachel Viney said: “We are extremely proud of what they’ve achieved in the last six weeks.

“It has been a great opportunity for the Year 6 children to come together and strengthen their friendships and sense of community before moving on to secondary school.

“We wish them all every success, happiness and achievement for the future.”

Jessie Overfield, who took the lead role as Robin Hood, said: “It’s been a great six weeks of practising with all our friends before we move on.”

Braeburn  Year 6 Leavers Junior School Production. Picture Dave Kettlewell. 112910'18/07/11

Braeburn Year 6 Leavers Junior School Production. Picture Dave Kettlewell. 112910'18/07/11

Jack Render, who played the Deputy, said: “I think it was so much fun and a great end to our year.”

Charlie Hopkins, as Maid Marian, commented: “I couldn’t believe I got the part - it’s been so exciting!”

And Reanne Briggs, who played the Sheriff, said the play was “a great start to a future career I would love to have.”