On Friday, 1G preformed a brilliant assembly all about their trip to Skipton Castle. They began by telling us all different facts about castles such as how the lord and lady were entertained by jesters and musicians. Next, they told us all about the different parts of a castle such as: drawbridge, kitchen and dungeon. We also learnt about how bread was made in the castle. The poorer people got the bread at the bottom on the dirty oven floor whereas the richer people got the top of the bread which is why rich people were called the upper crust.
After that, they showed us their very own castle with a working drawbridge which impressed the large audience. They then read an excellent recount of the day as well as a narrative about a prince saving a princess.
Overall, it was a fantastic assembly which everybody loved and we certainly cannot wait to see their next one!