Kirkhill Primary School

P7 World War Two Assembly

Wow!!! What a night we had. P7 organised every single aspect of the evening, from the props to the meal to the entire entertainment. Well done to each and every one of them, for being part of such a fantastic team. Let us know what you thought by leaving P7 a comment 🙂

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    Natalie Stott

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    What a fabulous evening, enjoyed it all from start to finish! What a lot of hard work P7, Miss Morgan, Mrs Macmillan and Izzy put in. The hall looked amazing, the play, songs and entertainment were top notch and we even enjoyed our corned beef hash 😉. Well done to the whole P7 student and staff team for a real step back in time 👏👏👏

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    G. F. Smith

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    BRAVO P7!….A proper, professional theatre productio. Not only did you have actors you also included all other aspects of a show…the behind the scenes and front of stage staff…Box Office, Caterers, scene shifters, stage management, set designers, props, special effects, sounds, props, directors, promoters….Everything! Bravo Well Done and ENCORE! ENCORE!!

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    Hayley Muir

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    What a terrific night, you did yourselves proud! You did so much, and it was all great. We loved the play (and costumes and props), the singing, the food, the entertainment (those gangsta style grannies!!) as well as the poem and info boards and programme. Kirsty’s grandparents who were bon in wartime (1940) were there and really enjoyed the night. It brought back lots of memories for them too. They said “Do you know why girls wore pigtails so much in wartime? Hairdressers didn’t get as much work in the war as most ladies didn’t have enough money to go as regularly as they would like, so girls just didn’t get their hair cut. To keep it neat, they wore pigtails!” Well done all of you 👏👏

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    Primary Seven

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    Thank you so much for your lovely, kind and detailed comments. We have all loved reading and sharing these this afternoon.
    Miss Morgan and P7

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