Oaklands and St Michael's provided lovely, small audiences - and both proved that size doesn't matter, as the children were so enthusiastic and welcoming. We were invited to Oaklands by our good friend Julie Petitt, who we last met at her old school, Whitehill Junior, earlier this year. Both Oaklands and St Michael's were brilliant schools to perform in, and put us in a great mood for the rest of the week!
On Wednesday we were treated to a larger audience at Camps Hill Primary in Stevenage. The atmosphere in the packed hall was great, as was the children's acting. Year 6 are currently rehearsing for a production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and if their acting is anything like it was in my KS2 and KS1 presentations, it will be a fantastic show!
I have performed in a huge range of locations, but Friday was a first - I performed my spooky presentation
|Francis House School|
Thank you to our friends, old and new, for organising our visits to the schools this week: Julie Petitt at Oaklands, Mrs Allen and Mr Mallon at St Michael's, Keri Doling at Camps Hill and Connie Murtagh at Francis House. You all proved lovely hosts, and we can't wait to tell you all about my next book, The Ghost Lord Returns, when it is released next year!