What a treat listening to the ukulele club. Lovely to see so many children learning an instrument at lunch time!
Click on the link and listen and watch the orchestra play.
1. Who was the Composer of this piece of music?
2. What was the whole collection of pieces called?
3. What is the difference between astrology and astronomy?
4.Which piece was The Winged Messenger?
5. What are the dynamics like at the beginning of this piece?
6. What is Tempo?
7. What changes when music goes from high to low?
8. How does this music reflect War?
5. How do the dyna
Click on the link above and watch and listen to the orchestra.
Who can be the first to Mrs Brian with 10 answers!
1. What was this piece of music called?
2. Who was the composer?
3. Which instruments were playing first?
4. What were the DYNAMICS like to begin with?
5 How did the DYNAMICS change?
6. What is TEMPO?
7. How did the music change as it built up?
8. What is happening when the TEXTURE of the music gets ‘thicker’?
9. What patterns did you notice throughout the music?
10. Where have you heard this piece before?
Year 4 have being practising samba. Here’s a short video. Hope you enjoy it.
Last night, our school choir performed as part of ‘Stoke Schools’ Gotta Sing’ at the Mitchell Arts Centre in Hanley. We sang ‘I am a Small Part of the World’, ‘We are the Young’ and ‘Oh Happy Day!’
Well done everyone- you gave a fantastic performance and should feel extremely proud of yourselves!
To see the video of our performance go to www.staffordsport.co.uk and click on shows- stoke 2017.
Year 3 children have been bursting with excitement in preparation for their up and coming performance tonight at Stoke’s Gotta Sing at the Mitchell Arts Centre. We were lucky enough to have a sneak preview earlier. Enjoy and I can’t wait to hear about it tomorrow.
After lots of practising, our amazing school choir performed brilliantly alongside 6,464 other children. We all had a fantastic time and have put together a few photos and video clips to remember it by. Settle yourself down with a cup of tea and enjoy a sing-a-long!
Thank you and well done to the members of our school choir who performed this afternoon at the Douglas Macmillan’s ‘Light up a Life’ service. You sang ‘Away in a Manger’ and ‘Tell me Why?’ beautifully! We were really proud of you!
Thank you to all the parents and family members who came to the service too.
Next choir performance……Young Voices, Birmingham, 27th January!
We just want to say a massive well done to all the children in Nursery and Reception for their two fantastic (west end worthy!) productions! The singing, acting and behaviour was absolutely brilliant and to quote Mr Wardle, we had 120 superstars on that stage.
Thank you to all the parents and carers for providing costumes and coming to watch. We hope you loved the performance and we wish you a very Merry Christmas!
P.s we’re aiming for a record number of comments on this blog post!