Woodbridge: Pupils of Queen’s House make a colourful sight as part of Book and Arts Week
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PUPILS made an impressive sight when they dressed as every colour of the rainbow as part of a week dedicated to the arts.
Youngsters from Queen’s House, the pre-preparatory for Woodbridge School, have been busy taking part in a range of activities.
The theme of the Book and Arts Week was “colour” and the children certainly did not disappoint.
It culminated with them all dressing as different colours of the rainbow.
Jan King, head of Queen’s House, said: “Ollie Heath’s Rhythm Workshop engaged the pupils immediately with his call-and-response rapping.
“His energy and enthusiasm really motivated and extended the learning of the pupils throughout the session.
“Storyteller John Harris kept the children entranced, and local artist Val Armstrong spent a day working with the children, making prints.
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“The children made rainbow couscous and created a rainbow of healthy foods.
“There were many competitions and prizes to be won, and much spontaneous, independent learning resulted from the stimulating activities.”