Broadland area school children show off creative side at Bewilderwood

Children from primary schools in the Broadland area took to the stage to show off their creative abilities to more than 200 parents.

Pupils from six local primary schools had developed poems, plays and songs inspired by Bewilderwood treehouse adventure park, near Wroxham, where the children took to the storytelling stage to perform their creations.

There were also creative workshop sessions, run by Bewilderwood's chief storyteller Sheila and mentored by students from Broadland High School, to inspire the children to build their confidence and bring out their creative sides.

There were 17 pupils from St John's Primary School in Hoveton performing 'Carnival Chaos', five pupils from Rackheath Primary School performing 'Friends, Boots and Marsh Marshmallows' and 13 pupils from Salhouse Primary School in their 'Maple, the Secret Baby' performance.

Four pupils from Neatishead Primary School then read three poems; Spotty and Mildred, Bewilderbats and Mildred the Crocklebog.


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Then to finish, 10 pupils from Tunstead Primary School performed 'Mildred's Lost Handbag' and 21 pupils from Coltishall Primary School gave a performance of 'The Three Good Deeds'.

Jo Atherton, marketing manager at Bewilderwood, said: 'It went magnificently; we were overwhelmed by the effort the kids put in.

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'They really embraced the Bewilderwood story, some even invented new characters and wrote their own songs!

'It was really lovely to see all the local schools coming together, and with Broadland High School students mentoring the younger pupils as well, it really sparked imaginations.'

Is your school holding an event? Call Local Life editor Richard Wood on 01603 772423 or email richard.wood@archant.co.uk

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