Celebrations at Sark School
Ten years ago Sark School moved to its current new building and to celebrate the event the School held an open day for friends and family. Some of the older pupils acted as guides showing visitors around the three classrooms and other facilities. The younger children were creating paintings and models of polar bears while in Class Three it was art afternoon and the pupils were making papier-mâché masks of characters from ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ as part of their Shakespeare project. The students in Class Two are studying castles and dragons this term and were busy making models of castles. Previously the school was situated in the building near the end of the Avenue that now houses the Visitor Centre and Société Sercquaise Heritage Room. Before that the girls were taught in the same building but the boys were taught separately in the room where Chief Pleas and the Island’s court are held.
Pictures by Sue Daly, clockwise from top left
Connor, Zack, Casper & Hazel in Class One
Harry with his polar bear collage
Teacher Sandy with Phoebe, Martin & Keely in Class Two
Brianna, Amelia & Ethan working on their masks