Everybody had the chance to listen to his retelling of traditional tales from around the world, linked to the curriculum areas that each year group have been studying.
Year 6 were treated to a tale of Old London, and also the entertaining story of Mr Chicken and Mr Hedgehog and the dangers of messing around in fast-moving traffic.
Year 4 heard an Italian tale of friendship , which bore a strong resemblance to Shakespeare's famous play, 'King Lear', and an Irish story featuring a devilish bridge!
Year 3 had a lot of fun joining in with the story of the Magic Golden Bird of Freedom, and a not-so-scary story of the old woman and an iron giant.
Finally, it was Year 5's turn. They heard a great tale from the old Mughal empire, of Akbar the Great and his storyteller Birbal. After having many questions answered by our own storyteller, Pat, they were made to jump out of their skins by a funny little tale, involving another old woman and a gravedigger!
See if you can get any of the listeners to retell the stories for you 😊
There are lots of books of traditional tales in the library. Come and take a look!