Grange infants steal the show with a magical performance

Runcorn and Widnes World: From left, Zak Smith, Joshua Williams, Katie Pattern, Holly Hayes, Emily Armostrong and Jack Wheatly present Peter Pan From left, Zak Smith, Joshua Williams, Katie Pattern, Holly Hayes, Emily Armostrong and Jack Wheatly present Peter Pan

TALENTED children brought the adventures of Peter Pan back to life at an end of term show.

Year Two pupils at the Grange Infant School in Runcorn performed in front of a packed audience of parents, governors and teachers.

Halton’s Mayor and Mayoress, Clrs Tom McInerney, and his wife, Angela, were guests of honour.

Assistant head teacher Karen Murphy said:”They practised really hard for two weeks.

“For six and seven-year-olds, to remember all their lines, all the singing and do all those dances, they did a fantastic job.

“It was a fabulous performance.”

The pupils on stage move into the juniors in September.

 

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