So much hard work and creative genius!
If you liked the trailer, you'll LOVE the movie!
Meanwhile, Class 2 had chosen Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. Watch the trailer for the blockbuster film here!
Can you grow your own beanstalk?
Class 1 were also filmed retelling the original version of the story. Visitors watched the film on the iPad.
Do you have any other ideas how the story might end?
Everyone produced a beautiful book.
3D scenes really help to bring the story alive.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall...
How was all this created?
Try your hand at making some flowers.
Animations were made using plasticine models.
Dare you try a piece of apple?
...where you will discover that - shock, horror - the giant is actually Jack's father!
Or if a cliff hanger ending is more your thing, come to the cinema...
...and kept coming! Each class had chosen a traditional tale to focus on and 'bring to life'.
The much anticipated annual Whole School Project had finally arrived. The people came...
Watching Reception classes adaptation of Goldilocks and The Three Bears.
Class 1 chose Jack and the Beanstalk. For almost two weeks, they read, thought, planned, created, wrote, acted, filmed, retold the story and came up with alternative endings.
In the Rainbow Room, visitors saw Class 1's story maps and story boxes, and read the character profiles.
Story boxes are great fun to make, and help us think about the story's setting.
In Jack's garden visitors heard how the giant fell from the beanstalk onto Jack's trampoline and was catapulted up into the sky never to be seen again!
On display were our story sack and photos of the ending being acted out. Numbered sound buttons corresponded to the photos and story.
How about the funny ending?
The happy ending in words and pictures.
Fortunately, Jack was rescued by Little Red Riding Hood and Sparkles the horse, and of course they all lived happily ever after.
Visitors entered the castle to find the giant sitting at his table, having imprisoned Jack in the dungeon.
First, the happy ending...