We have been lucky enough to host a whole school celebration of the work we have done around Romeo and Juliet. Every single class had a part to play and shared their work, through dance, drama, writing, singing and artwork.
During the NPAT Romeo and Juliet performance, two of us interviewed a range of audience members and performers, to gather their feedback on the performance. We wanted to know what they liked and what they thought could be improved so that next year we can make it even better than it was.
We enjoyed being able to meet the people who make up the Education Advisory Committee and sharing our ideas with them.
We are thinking of creating a Shakespeare enthusiast's club to give other children the chance to find out more about Shakespeare. We are going to do this in the summer term and invite others to sit on blankets outside and listen to us read some Shakespeare plays. We are going to be putting up information posters around school to inform other children about Shakespeare. We want to set up a Shakespeare drawing competition to raise money to buy some more age-related Shakespeare resources.
Being an Ambassador has really helped all of us to become more confident. It has boosted our confidence so much that we feel able to speak in front of a lot of other people.