Pied Piper play proves to be a hit with Farlington pupils

Liberty Tickner starring as the Pied Piper

Liberty Tickner starring as the Pied Piper

Artist Doug Cole at Wimborne Junior School with headteacher Carina Jacobs and some of the children

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PUPILS brought their end of term to a ‘dramatic’ conclusion with a feel-good performance of The Pied Piper.

Year 2 pupils from Solent Infant School in Farlington wowed their families with the show.

Liberty Tickner, pictured, seven, played the Pied Piper. She said: ‘I felt happy and excited by the audience’s reaction when they smiled at me.’

Luke Hopkins, seven, played the leader of the rats Big Cheese. He said: ‘I felt a little nervous but then I just listened to the music and before I could think, I’d said my lines.’

Year 2 teacher Sue Summers was pleased with the performance.

‘All of the children were a credit to the school and to their families,’ she said.

‘We all felt very proud of them.’

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