Look out! Here come the Wild Things!

Let the wild rumpus start!

Our Early Years children presented their adaptation of Maurice Sendak's much loved book, 'Where The Wild Things Are' , on Saturday 26th May, and what a wonderful production it was!

For the past half term, the book has been central to their learning in the classroom, reading it daily and getting to know and understand the story of Max, the little boy who runs away and becomes King of the Wild Things only to discover that everything he needs is back at home and where he is loved most of all. Talk to any child in Early Years in BISA and they will be able to tell you the whole story!

On Saturday, dressed in costumes of their own making, they roared their terrible roars as Wild Things to a delighted audience of parents and friends. With the confidence of their performance, it was hard to believe, at times, that these children were all between the age of 2 to 5 years old.

Well done to all of you and thank you to all the parents for being as much a part of our 'Wild Things' term as the children have been!