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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Our Woodville Cinema Experience

What an exciting experience we have had!

As part of our learning from our topic 'Media Magic' we were lucky enough to experience a real life cinema at Woodville Halls and watch 'Monster Family'.

We have had discussions in our learning about movies and the cinema and from having a cinema experience in our own classrooms, we could not wait to visit a real life cinema!

In our groups, we walked to Woodville Halls and on our journey we discussed what the cinema would look like and what the film will be about... Oh the thoughts we had!

We were all very excited once we had reached the venue. We could not wait to get in!

Once we went inside, we met the manager who showed us our own private screening room. We were lucky to have the whole cinema room to ourselves which meant we could choose wherever we wanted to be seated!

After we were seated, we all were given our own bag of popcorn (it was too cold to have ice-cream) and we also had a cup of juice. Once the lights had dimmed we knew the film was about to start. We were all quiet and thoroughly enjoyed watching Monster Family and giggled quite a few times with our friends!

 

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