A Night of Skits and Talent Print E-mail

Evening class was run by 1b, we were put into groups of six. We were given 15 minutes to make a little skit of anything we wanted. After the 15 minutes were up we made our way to grandma (the fire spot) and we performed our skits. Group one went first, they played charades; group two said some puns; group three did a fashion parade; group 4 they sang a song; group five made up a little dance and group six sang a short song. After that we had a little sing along. A couple of kids that brought their instruments were, Leah with her trumpet, Josh with his guitar, Freya with her ukulele, Jarrod also with his ukulele. Laura, Indiah, Will, Leah and Jemima sang us a song. After a bit everyone started to join in. Corey and I both found the night really fun and we hope we can do it again sometime.

 Chloe -Horsham College and Corey - Kaniva


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