Making a Hullabaloo!

We've been turning the poem 'The Highwayman' by Alfred Noyes into narratives. Eagles have had some superb ideas in including twists inspired by some 'evidence' found - a ring, a bloodstained handkerchief, an illegible letter and some hay. "Upon that dark, dreary night the Highwayman came riding on his coal black horse." - Henry "All around me I could hear the silhouette of leaves rustling in the icy midnight breeze." - Beauford "The moon was full of ghostly darkness making a string of light in the midnight sky." - Oscar T In Forest School the focus is on Music - the children have had a whale of a time making kazoos using knife skills, making a whole host of musical instruments from all sorts of things and making a general hullabaloo! See photos below



Black countryEagles arriving at the Black Country Museum