On Monday afternoon the Rainbow Theatre Company visited Year Six.
They showed us what life was like for an evacuee during the second world war. We acted out the part of evacuees by making a journey to the past. Some of us went to the country and lived with a kind woman. Some went and lived in a grocery store and others got taken back to London and got bombed so we knew what it was like to be in an airraid. A few girls acted as lampost girls. Some young boys acted out being boys pretending to be aeroplanes. Two girls acted out Betty Parkinson's girls who were in charge of putting fires out. All in all it was a FAB day which all of yr 6 enjoyed.