Heptonstall school celebrated the handover of the new building extension with a week of events including a visit from history re-enactment group the Sealed Knot.
David Burnop from the Pace Egg Society visited Class 3 on Tuesday. The children in the class had spent the previous day making props – swords, shields and crowns.
Classes One and Two had a visit from a “Grandma” on Wednesday. Suzie from the theatre company “Tempus Fugit” was, in
turn, a granny form the 1940’s, 1950’s and 1960’s. The children dressed up and learnt songs from yesteryear.
On Friday the Hepton Singers came into Class 4 for a singing workshop. The children then performed their pieces at an assembly at the end of the day, attended by members of Calderdale Council who had made the build possible.