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Talent Show

and Easter Artistic Activities



Paul did his comedy stand-up show

A large group from Rose sang their version of 'Whisky in the Jar' (Herb Tea in the Jar!)

Other performers included Isabel (and Eli) and Suzanne both performing Dido's Life for Rent


And the winner is...

But Robert blew us all away and stole the show with his emotional rendition of
Robbie Williams' 'Angels' - an amazing performance!


 

Easter Activities

As part of our Easter festival, we have a week of activity groups. This year we presented the fruits of the groups in a gathering on Easter Sunday, with a slide show which included the following pictures.

Clay Sculpture and The Platonic Solids

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We formed Spheres and Eggs

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sculptures

sculptures
The Cube

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The Dodecahedron (12 faces of Pentagons)

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The Five Platonic Solids

Freeform Sculpture

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sculptures

sculptures

sculptures

sculptures

sculptures

sculptures

sculptures


Outdoor Nature Sculptures

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group

nature group


Therapeutic Movement

sport group

sport group

sport group

sport group


Creative Candles

creative candles

creative candles

creative candles

creative candles


Laying the Path

The Scottish Forestry Commission have been working on creating a forest walk in the woods above Beannachar, with the Obelisk (erected in remembrance of the visit of Albert Prince Consort in 1859) as the focal point. They have also kindly installed a path leading to the woods behind Rose, so it was this group's task to lay a path connecting this to our existing paths.

bridge path

bridge path

bridge path

bridge path

bridge path

bridge path
A bridge was also constructed to span the path-side stream

bridge path

bridge path