• Narnia comes to Rudston Primary School

Narnia comes to Rudston Primary School

Visitors to Rudston Primary School in Wavertree were recently invited to step inside the wardrobe and share the magical world of Narnia while celebrating the amazing work by pupils from Bright Stars and Rudston Primary School.

Rudston Primary School opened their wonderful immersive exhibition celebrating the classic book of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C S Lewis were visitors saw first-hand the snow-covered forest, Mr Tumnus’ house and the battle scene along with other key events in the story as well as meeting everyone’s favourite characters such as the White Witch and Mr Tumnus.

Pupils from Bright Stars Nursery to Year 6, have been developing a passion for reading through the study of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, which has encouraged them to produce amazing writing and artwork which was displayed in their immersive exhibition of celebration.

Headteacher Wendy Walters, said: “The immersive exhibition used the stimulus of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe to immerse children in high quality text over a three week period.

“The study produced a range of high quality cross curricular work in writing, art, design and technology and drama. Every child from our two year olds in Bright Stars Nursery to our Year 6 had their work displayed, making a true whole school exhibition.

“The exhibition provided a unique opportunity for our children to showcase their work to parents, visitors, and the wider community.

One parent said: “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe exhibition is fantastic. The staff and children have created an amazing interactive experience for all to see.

Cllr Barbara Murray who attended the event said: “The Narnia created was such high quality and remarkable because everyone at the school early years had contributed… we also met some real super star pupils fully in character”.

 

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