Primary’s Peter Pan gets extra pirates thrown in!

FUNDRAISER St Swithun's production of Peter Pan

FUNDRAISER St Swithun's production of Peter Pan

From left, Ella Rose, five, Emily Rose, five, and Louise Rose, 13. The Sir William Dupree & Phyllis Loe Chess Tournament, taking place at Portsmouth High School in April, is aimed at young people of all ages.

CAPTION: From left, Ella and Emily Rose, five, and Louise Rose, 13.

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YOUNGSTERS put on a larger-than-life production of Peter Pan to raise money for a children’s charity.

The 10 and 11-year-olds at St Swithun’s Primary in Southsea wowed audiences this week with their version of JM Barrie’s classic which had lots of extra characters thrown in, and raised £100 for Great Ormond Street.

Ron Parker, year six teacher, who wrote and directed the play, said: ‘I had to adapt Peter Pan to accommodate upwards of 45 actors and 45 dancers!

‘It was great fun, duplicating pirates – some of them based on people we know.’

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