All Key Stage 2 were lucky enough to go to the village hall and join Bradford and Black Torrington primary schools to watch an amazing play put on by Theatre Alibi called The Parcel.
Theatre Alibi's core belief is that a great story, told with the wealth of means that the theatre has to offer, can give an important handle on an often-chaotic world.
The play was extremely funny and the children in Class 3 were very vocal about the parts that they enjoyed:
'I liked the papier mache dogs who were like her dog, Bongo.' Talia
'The inside of the box was really cool - I liked the ukulele.' Connor
'It was really hilarious - especially the part where the actors were sitting on chairs pretending to be on a motorbike.' Alice
'I thought it was amazing the way they did so much in a small space and with two actors.' Jocelyn.
There was also a powerful message to their story this week; 'You don't have to have a big house or lots of money to be happy.' Talia.
Yet again, A huge thank you to Fobs for funding this experience.