Peter Pan play is put together in four weeks

Henny Sonnemann-Petty, ten, with creatures conveying the message 'do not throw away rubbish' ks1500089-2
Henny Sonnemann-Petty, ten, with creatures conveying the message 'do not throw away rubbish' ks1500089-2
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JUNIOR pupils at The Towers Convent School in Upper Beeding enthralled spectators with their interpretation of Peter Pan.

The story was adapted and songs written by Miss Nem Hoare and directed by Mrs Julie Kirby, both junior school teachers.

Captain Hook on his pirate ship

Captain Hook on his pirate ship

Head teacher Clare Trelfa said: “Pupils of all ages played their part, all word-perfect and bedecked in vibrant costumes made by parents and staff.

“Captain Cook, played by Freya in year six, was suitably evil, plotting Peter’s downfall. Wendy (Fleur, also in year six) coped well with her brief foray into motherhood and tamed The Lost Boys beautifully.

“Not only were the lyrics and words humorous, but they were impeccably delivered by the enthusiastic cast.

“This stunning production was put together and perfected in only four weeks, which was quite a feat.”

Witnessing the sad demise of Tinkerbell

Witnessing the sad demise of Tinkerbell

The Red Indians dancing around their totem pole

The Red Indians dancing around their totem pole