Last week, Year 3 and Year 4 went on an excellent trip to Liverpool to take in the sights and sounds of one of the most vibrant cities in the country. The coach journey to Liverpool was free of any traffic or delays and the children really enjoyed seeing the skyline of Liverpool from the motorway as we approached.
We arrived at the Prince’s Road Synagogue and met our guide. She was a very welcoming host and gave the children an excellent and informative tour around the grand building. The audible gasp from the children as they saw the main hall for the first time was testament to just how much ‘wow’ factor the room had.
When we had finished at the synagogue, we ate our lunch and then set off to the Empire Theatre. On the way to the theatre, the coach driver took us on a small tour of Liverpool. We saw a lot of the main tourist sights as we navigated the narrow streets. When we arrived at the theatre, the children were incredibly excited. The sound of an old American radio show filled the air as the audience took to their seats and the performers readied themselves for the show. The songs were excellent, the acting was incredible (for children that would be in Year 5/6, the orphans were Oscar-worthy!) and the whole day gave the two year groups a chance to shine.
Thank you to all the adult helpers that came along! As always, your support and assistance is very much appreciated.