Year 2 had great success at following a graphic score. The graphic score was in three sections and told the story of a boat at sea sailing through calm waters, a storm and then returning to calm. Each group had to play several instruments and follow their line of music to create a brilliant composition. Well done Year 2!
The children have used various percussion instruments to play to accompany a piece of music. They had to keep to a rhythm and play their instrument at the right time and work together to create a collaborative piece. Well done Year 3!
The children played a game where they made a composition using football cards! Each one had a number and an instrument was matched to it. The composition was made by cards popping up on the screen in different orders and the children played the correct instrument at the correct time following these. Sounds complicated but apparently it was great fun
The Key Stage 2 choir represented our school with such enthusiasm last week. They performed as part of an enormous choir of just over 6500 children! A highlight was performing alongside Heather Small, Urban Strides, the Beatbox Collective and Anna Phoebe. It was a brilliant day! Gareth enjoyed himself too … clocking up his fourth visit of the week!
Year 2 had to use their listening ears very carefully to identify which hidden instrument was being played. Some children could identify three when they were all played together!
Before the Christmas holiday, Year 1 and 2 had lots of fun learning the song The Twelve Days of Christmas.
KS2 are putting actions to their Christmas songs ready to be filmed in the next few weeks … it all looks like fun!
Reception have started to rehearse their Christmas performance called A Wriggly Nativity!!
Some of our recorder players enjoying their lessons. They are working hard to play each note clearly and follow some simple notation from the whiteboard.