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Will's interpretation of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

We have been so impressed with the creativity of our community.  There is so much fantastic work being submitted for Seaford Connected Learning.

Headmaster, John Green, said this morning: “The academic lessons over Seaford Connected Learning are first class, students are making immense progress. Well done to all students and staff and Ad Alta for the next four weeks of term!”

Year 7 have been completing a Shakespeare Project and Will chose to act out a Shakespeare play in an innovative way. He chose to give his interpretation of the opening scenes of A Midsummer Night's Dream. 

Will's teacher, Tania Spicer, said: "I have been amazed by each and every students fortitude and perseverance through this Seaford Connected Learning journey. I have seen students achieving things that I never thought possible and I am so proud of the hard work that they have been putting in. Will's determination to overcome the difficulties of acting out a play without being in a classroom really blew me away, he really is embodying the attitudes and passion for learning that make my job so enjoyable."

 

 

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream
  • Prep School
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  • Year 7