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Last week all the children participated in workshops run by visiting musician and researcher Vivien Ellis.

Vivien taught the children playground songs and games linking to our current Comenius 100 Project.

Vivien researched songs and games from the past 100 years linking to our local history and recent work on the willow project (the use of willow to make pigeon baskets). Children learnt new circle games that we can teach our Comenius partners in Europe.


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