We had great fun today singing Five Little Firemen using Makaton signs. We had been talking about the devastating fires up on the moors and the children had lots to say about it. We talked about the wonderful firefighters who are currently very busy tackling these fires.
Today St James C of E Primary School came to collaborate with our school choir. Both schools performed their own numbers before coming together to sing a song with two parts. This song was extra special because lots of other schools in Greater Manchester were singing this song at the same time. It was the first time both choirs...
Sorry for the delay. During the season of Advent in our R.E topic we looked at the hymn, “The Servant King”. We broke down the lyrics and looked at them in more detail and what they mean to us and to Christians. Then we sang the hymn a cappella (always thought it was one word), here is a sample...
As promised a video from Young Voices. The video is all the clips we have put together. The children had a great time, I hope you enjoy the video. Thank you to all those who made this happen.
Thanks, Mr Barker.
What a night! After all the hard work the children and Mrs Crebbin have put in to Young Voices we all got to enjoy a spectacular event. There were many special guests singers and performances but they were nothing in comparison to (just under) 6,000 children singing in unison. A variety of songs and performances created a night that...
Last week and this week two boys from Year 5 were lucky enough to go on a music and well-being trip. They experimented with different sounds and wrote their own song. Alfie and Josh both loved the music and create their own music.
Thanks, Mr Barker.
Today, Year 5 we’re lucky to have a Headteacher from Ethiopia come in and teach them music. The children sang along and acted out parts to help them remember words.
The children were really engaged and had a great time. We are lucky to have such an experience.
Thanks, Mr Barker