Form Three enjoyed an extravaganza of Tudor Activities on Open morning, making crowns, Tudor roses and life-size Tudor portraits of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
These are now gracing either side of the stage in the Wyatt Hall. In addition we re-enacted scenes from Romeo and Juliet for performance in the Finale of the morning. Tudor dancing and singing was also on the menu as we immersed ourselves completely in the Tudor era for three and a half very busy and entertaining hours.
Contributed by Cranleigh Prep School
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