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All Saints Primary pupils perform enchanting production of The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse





A school deputy head teacher said parents and grandparents shed “happy tears” when they watched Year 3 and 4 pupils’ enchanting performance of The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse.

The production by pupils of All Saints CofE Primary in Parsonage Lane, Bishop’s Stortford, was based on the children’s book of the same name by Charlie Mackesy.

The story centres around the title characters and contains some really powerful messages about love, friendship and hope. While the mole is always on a search for cake, the little boy is looking for somewhere to call home. On his journey he learns that home isn’t always a place and that sometimes it can be a feeling or can even be where your friends are.

Some of the characters from the All Saints production
Some of the characters from the All Saints production

Deputy head Heather Foster said: “The children performed beautifully, with members of Year 4 in the lead roles, brilliantly supported by their friends in Year 3. There were some fantastic solos and outstanding performances from all.

“Parents and grandparents alike shared some very happy tears as they listened to the final song, which was called, We Are Enough, reminding us simply that we are enough. Well done to everyone who took part!”

Year 3 pupils were trees in the production
Year 3 pupils were trees in the production

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