12:13PM, Tuesday 31 May 2016
An imagination and storytelling workshop saw pupils at Holyport Primary School get creative with their favourite teddies on Monday.
It was run by Slot Machine, which will be performing Toys at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts in Maidenhead in July, a show which features a story about toys coming to life for a big adventure.
More than 40 pupils in year one got to create their own sound recordings for the show and bring their favourite toys in from home.
Ginny Sharp, year one teacher, said: “Children brought in toys and got to give them a personality and did some recordings for the show.
“It will be great for them to hear themselves in the background of the show.”
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