Herons’ Moor Academy recently hosted a puppet show involving two local schools, Baytree and Ravenswood, in a project to promote inclusion and teamwork.

The pupils in class 3M, along with pupils from the other two schools, took part in a five day series of workshops run by the charity Children’s World. They chose and made their own puppets, working collaboratively.

The pupils created, produced and performed a large scale puppet show to their peers and parents. They created their own props, helped to contribute to the stories, and learnt and recorded songs.

Their final performance took place on Friday 26 May 2017, and delighted both pupils and parents alike.

Julie Fox, Headteacher at Herons’ Moor, said: “All the children worked together brilliantly to put together a fantastic performance.

“We are very proud of all of our pupils, and it was wonderful to see them working collaboratively with the students from Baytree and Ravenswood.”