May 08 - School invaded by superheroesJunior pupils at the Royal Alexandra and Albert School got half-term off to an action-packed start on Friday 23rd May when they came in to school dressed as superheroes. Superhero Day was part of ‘Creative Week’ at the School - pupils created their own superhero and came into school dressed as their character. The children’s costumes then provided the basis for literacy and art work on comic strips. The superheroes paraded around the School’s Performing Arts Centre and prizes were awarded for the best costumes.
Headmaster Paul Spencer Ellis said ‘Creative Week has been a fun way of teaching literacy and creativity. It is great to see the children putting in so much effort and getting so much enjoyment from the activities during the week.’