Class 5 Red Blog 18-19Reach for the stars!

5 RED’S CITIES OF PEACE PROJECT

Yesterday, some of 5 Red got to experience Japanese Noh theatre and learned how to move and sing in that style.

As part of the project the children’s work on wind chimes and PEACE poetry was shown at the Japanese embassy. Watch our video to find out more.

Mrs Hurt, Miss Cochrane and some of the children also got to see part of the “between the stones” play, that has been written by Jannette Cheong (who is working with us on the project).

29 thoughts on “5 RED’S CITIES OF PEACE PROJECT

  1. Hope you had fun everyone who went it looks good to meet famous people in the show I hope you had a great time there. Even though I werenโ€™t there it looks good to be there meeting those people.

  2. Thank you miss Cochrane for letting me go .I really enjoyed it I loved the japenees dances they showed because it was different and unique.๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ˜„

  3. When the lady was dancing, she was moving slowly and gracefully but it didnโ€™t really look like dancing and I couldnโ€™t really understand the man.

  4. I liked it at first. Then after I didn’t enjoy it at much I liked it before because it was like they were shouting random words at me.

  5. I think it was amazing for the people that went because the videos are amazing and the act is as well, Well done to the people that performed the duet.

  6. I’m depressed ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ˜ชI didn’t go but I now watched and I now know the between stones performance and the other video๐Ÿ˜Š

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