Manor House School brought the magic of Disney to Surrey with its production of Peter Pan.
Disney’s modern update of JM Barrie’s classic story was performed by Manor House’s junior school girls.
All of Manor House’s junior years were involved: Year 3 played the Indians, Year 4 were lost boys and Year 5 were pirates. The part of Peter Pan was shared by Chloe Maxwell and Mae Triplitt. Amica van Strien and Lily Walters played Captain Hook.
Manor House School’s Head of Drama Mrs Teresa Williams said: “We chose Peter Pan because it is a lovely, timeless story.
“We felt that it would suit the talents of the Year 6 girls who traditionally take the main parts, as well as offering plenty of challenges for the other year groups.”
Deputy Head of Juniors Helen Redward said: “It was lovely to see all of the girls taking part. All performed to an exceptional standard.
“There was certainly a wonderful Manor House spirit behind the performances. The girls entertained their family and friends in a magical way.”
Manor House School in Bookham near Leatherhead offers highly individualised learning and outstanding pastoral care for 2-16-year-old girls in a smaller school setting.
The school will hold its next open morning on Saturday October 1 2016 under the leadership of newly appointed Head Teacher Tracey Fantham. Families are welcome.