The time has come for Year 2 to finally demonstrate their African Drumming talents, as they perform for Parents and Carers this afternoon. The jungle performance begins at 3.10pm.
Here we are then, where has this half term gone? This is the final week of our Spring Term and the diary is jam packed full of events happening this week! Here are the events taking place today: Mrs Cromey will be joined by 6 Year 6 pupils as they journey to Sheffield University to … Read moreThe Final Week (it’s a busy one!)
Today is the final practise for the Year 2 African Drummers with Mr Bamford before their performance next week!
On this day in 1877, Tchaikovsky’s ballet ‘Swan Lake’ was premiered in Moscow. Swan Lake is a ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky in 1875–76. Despite its initial failure, it is now one of the most popular of all ballets. The scenario, initially in two acts, was fashioned from Russian folk tales and tells the story of Odette, a princess turned into … Read moreA Tale of 2 Swans
To help them learn more about Africa and the different African cultures, Year 2 will begin a drumming project with Alfa Music Service using African drums. Check back soon to see their performance!
Today former drummer of Status Quo Jeff Rich will be visiting Key Stage 2 to talk about his life, ambitions, successes and will hopefully be demonstrating some of his skills and talents on the drums. Post your comments below about what you thought of his performance and discussions!
Today the members of the Alfa Music Service are visiting our Key Stage 2 children with a fun, action packed and noisy performance from their musicians.
On this day, John Lennon was born. Year 1 will learn about The Beatles in their Learning Challenge later in the year- what do you already know about The Beatles? Post your comments below.
On this day in 1787, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart completed his chamber piece “Eine kleine Nachtmusik”
What a start to Monday morning for Key Stage 1 and Reception, who were visited by Alfa Music Service for an amazing performance! What was your favourite part? Post your comments below.