Exmouth Dolphin School perfom Wizard of Oz
PUPILS from Exmouth s Dolphin School took to the stage to perform their adaptation of the cult musical Wizard of Oz. Children from nursery level through to year six took part in the production, held as part of the school s end-of-term prize day. The show
PUPILS from Exmouth's Dolphin School took to the stage to perform their adaptation of the cult musical Wizard of Oz.
Children from nursery level through to year six took part in the production, held as part of the school's end-of-term prize day.
The show was performed in front of staff and parents on Wednesday, July 8.
Sandra Wadlan, school secretary said: "There was some very proud parents in the audience. It is a very big production to put on."
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Bill Gott, headteacher of Dolphin School, on Raddenstile Lane, delivered a talk after the show praising pupils' achievements in the academic year.
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