Shakespeare week

Today year 3 took part in a drama workshop, Liam helped us to create a soundscape of the most famous scene in the play Macbeth, the witches.

We had a great time and there were some fantastic witches!


What were the 4 things you could use when performing?  Comment below.


4 Responses to “Shakespeare week”

  1. Zainab naqviMarch 25, 2017 at 3:36 pm #

    I enjoyed recreating a Shakespeare play called Macbeth;”Hover through the fog and filthy air.When shall us 3 witches meet again in thunder lightning or in rain.Firstly the pigs tail then a childs eyeball then a dead baby and horses snot.
    Make this potion the horribelst potion make this potion tell the future.”

  2. VionaMarch 31, 2017 at 10:19 pm #

    i wanted to do it too Zainab

  3. Year 3April 16, 2017 at 12:49 pm #

    I enjoyed learning about Shakespeare IT WAS FUUUUUUN. RACHEL

  4. Year 3May 19, 2017 at 6:02 pm #

    Heny viii was in 28th of june 1491 henry was very fat and big because he did a lot of sport’s he had six wives the first wive was Katherine of aragon she was a spanish princess who was married to Henry for 18 years before he began divorce she was very sad getting divorce henry did not like her at all .Ok on to wive number two It is Anne Boleyn married to the King for only three years from 1533-1536.Anne Boleyn had a baby girl her name was Elizabeth 1 she got beahead witch is very sad heny should be a shame of him self you are very mean I wish I could speak to him.Wive number 3 Jane SeymourDied jane Seymour (c1509-1537) was the third of Henry VIII’s six wives and the only wife to provide the King with the much longed for son and male heir.aving married Henry in May 1536, she gave birth to Prince Edward (later Edward VI) at Hampton Court Palace in 1537 but died soon afterwards.

    Henry had his son but grieved: ‘Providence has mingled my joy with the bitterness of the death of her who brought me this happiness.’ wive number 4 Anne of Cleves Divorced Anne of Cleves (1515-1557) was the fourth of Henry VIII’s six wives and at 24 was half Henry’s age when they married in January 1540 her maids of honour, Catherine Howard.

    After six months the marriage was annulled yet Anne remained in England and on good terms with Henry VIII. He commanded that she be treated as ‘the king’s sister’ by rachel 3ln

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