Enrichment - School Production

School Production

Every year SKIPS organises two school productions; one each for KS1 and KS2 respectively. We are pleased to present to you our most recent productions. Enjoy!

KS1 Production

Ralph The Reindeer (December 2017)

The Key Stage 1 production is a celebration of friendship, problem-solving and teamwork. When it's discovered that Rudolph has a cold and isn't well enough to guide Santa's sleigh, his friend Ralph steps in to save the day. Just one problem; Ralph can't actually fly! The message within the play for us is clear; friendship and critical thinking can solve many of life's problems.

Penguin Pete (December 2018)

The production was about Penguin Pete who is fed up with getting fish for Christmas. He decides to go on a voyage to meet Santa Claus and ask him for something different. It takes him a year to travel from the South Pole to the North Pole and on the way he meets Kangaroos, Camels, Monkeys and Jack Frost. He even gets to ride in Santa’s new sleigh. Of course, he could always have sent a letter! DOH!

KS2 Production

What a Knight! (March 2019)

This year’s production was once again a delight of colourful characters, amusing wit and toe tapping songs. The heroes of this tale are Watt Cobblers and Dusty Dragon who encounter many struggles and problems in their quest to rescue Princess Alice and recover Excalibur and defeat the Evil Black Knight. Rehearsals were always filled with talent, laughter and fun. Everyone listened to their feedback throughout the rehearsing period and exceptional progress was made by all. It was a delight to see the children in a different setting and we could not be prouder of what all of the pupils achieved on the final night!

Ali Baba and the Bongo Bandits (April 2018)

The story was set in the ancient city of Baghdad which had been thrown into chaos with a bazaar that had been overrun by ruthless robbers. Our heroes, Ali and Humphrey the camel, were perfect examples of triumph over adversity and the power of teamwork to get things done. The colourful characters, alongside a side-splitting script and an enchanting score of show-stopping songs made for an evening of Arabian fun for everyone.