Egypt's Amazing!


The year 4 children (and teaching team) have just about recovered from their fantastic, high energy performance of the musical, ‘A Glint of Gold!’ on Friday 25th November 2016.
The show tells the story of Howard Carter’s discovery of King Tutankhamen’s tomb but with a twist…King Tut, hieroglyphs, priests, Queen Hatshepsut and many other well-known Egyptian figures come to life to explain more about their time through some superb songs and dances.
The team prepared for the show by learning about Ancient Egypt through English, Drama, Art and DT, History and of course Music and Dance. They also had a great deal of fun throughout! The children in 4S said, “It was the best show we have ever done and we had a great time!”
Have a look at the stunning set and costumes by clicking on the Flickr link below
Or, if you can’t wait for the DVD, here is an iMovie of some clips!
We think you’ll agree that, ‘Their story is the very best you’ve ever known!’ (From the song ‘Egypt’s Amazing’).

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