Fresher’s Evening

This was an evening few weeks ago that the “freshers”, the students from the sixth class (six graders) and the youngest of the school offer.  It was a fun evening, sharing all their creativity and energy.

We had gone to see parts of their rehearsals because Renu, our next door neighbor and French teacher of the school, asked Siena and Lucas to be part of one of their French songs.  The students would sing the song and Siena and Lucas would walk up and down as the queen and prince, and another student as a king.  It was a song about days of the week, and them walking up and down and seeing something…. I do not know the song nor do I know French, but it was something like that.  Here’s the video.

The teachers worked so hard to make it all work and great.  Kids sang songs, created two plays, and they worked until late hours at night practicing.  It’s incredible the amount of work the teachers and the students do to make things fun for everyone to enjoy.

The floor to the assembly hall was painted just for the occasion.

And here are some pictures of the students getting ready for their performances.

Practicing before the show.

The kids all play great music.

The play : The Royal Paper.

And the Principal thanks them for the entertaining evening.

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4 Responses to Fresher’s Evening

  1. George Olsson says:

    The song is about a Monday , The king and Queen with the prince visited somebody but they were not there and this is the same till Sunday

  2. monica says:

    no conocía la canción …..Monica

    • Yo tampoco. Cantaron dos canciones y la otra la sabia, pero no me acuerdo ahora como se llama. Siena y Lucas estaban un poco nerviosos estar adelante en el escenario frente a mas de 600 personas. Pero lo pasaron bien.

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