Riverside School Performance 11-5-12

Riverside pupils in Year 5 participated in interviewing the older generation and created their own performance based on Wild Rose Heritage and Arts interview transcriptions. Tony Wright gave a workshop on interviewing techniques and equipment usage and Gillie Kerrod and Rob Garner gave eight workshops as well as various rehearsals working towards a public performance for the whole school, parents, staff and family friends. Their performance compared ideas about old Hebden Bridge with the contemporary view and re-enactments of mill working.

Those pupils taking part in the interviews are listed below.

Riverside School Pupil Interviewers – 24-11-2011

For Lena Edmundson interviewers were:
Leila Gray, Connie Allitt, Oliver Simpson

For Charlie Boyce interviewers were:
Hope Harland, Georgia Dowling Zunder, Chloe Greenwood England

For John Houran interviewers were:
Kacey Vuse, Donny Nicholson, Hugo Grawly

For Mrs Davenport interviewers were:
Lauren Gregory, Isaac Blinknom, Lily Cavey, James Davenport

Riverside School Pupil Interviewers – 25-11-2011

For Helen Meller interviewers were:
Alfie Meller, Ruben Chaliners, Ruby Dagrish

For Sarah Rowe interviewers were:
Lily Beesley, Alexsi King, Ben Warner

For Carol Holden interviewers were:
Lachlann Williams, Esme Curtis, Louis Graham, Sophie Taylor

For Stuart Jackson interviewers were:
Carter Dowland, Lydia Robbins, Harry Ryan

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Wild Rose Heritage and Arts is a community group which takes it's name from the area in which we are located - the valley ("den") of the wild rose ("Heb") -  Hebden Bridge which is in Calderdale, West Yorkshire.

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