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Joel Joseph's experience taking part in the London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony
6 August 2012
Joel Joseph, one of our Yr4 students, took part in the hugely spectacular olympic games opening ceremony viewed by an estimated one billion people worldwide!
He played one of Brunel's men in the industrial revolution part of the performance.
Joel said, "Being part of the opening ceremony was a privilege and a great honor. Being from East-London i was delighted to be selected for a role in the opening sequence. I was able to work with professional actors and dancers to create a great show for the world to see. It was one of the greatest spectacles that London has produced."
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