Year 11 students from Sir John Gleed School brought a smile to the faces of youngsters in more ways than one with their latest production.
A group of teenage stage stars brought their anti-bullying drama and workshop to The Priory School where the theme of friendship was emphasised in theatrical form. The show is set to tour primary schools in Gosberton, Quadring and Spalding, with all proceeds going to Callum Pite’s Smile Fund.
Daisy Ivatt, head of drama and performing arts at Sir John Gleed School, said: “The students have worked really hard on this project and they have produced a drama and workshop of a very high standard.
“This particular project was done entirely independently of me and they have shown real maturity and a very strong work ethic throughout.”
Kat Robin of The Priory School said: “The pupils really enjoyed and our staff were very impressed with the group from Sir John Gleed School because they not only managed to put on the performance but also played some games with the pupils.
“Everybody participated and we thought the day was really constructive.”