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Posted on: September 29th 2017

A wonderful trip to Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studio

On 27 September, Year 8 got to experience first-hand the amazing tour filled with original props, sets, models and costumes from the 8 films produced at the studios. They got to see the creativity, effort and expertise that goes into making such a successful motion picture. The students were amazing and were a pleasure to take on this special trip and a big thank you also to all staff helpers who helped make this possible. The students will now develop art work in class inspired by this trip and have already done work in music, drama and dance. It has been a superb creative collaboration. 

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