Thirty children from Year 5 enjoyed singing in school and onscreen by Zoom
with other schools from the north west of England and the whole of Ireland in the Peace Proms.
The concert was broadcast live from The Helix, Dublin, with the Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland, conducted by Greg Beardsell.
This is the song that Years 5 and 6 learned for the trip to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on Monday 14th March 2022.
How To Use The Guitar Lessons:
Hey everyone Mr Taylor here, I hope you're all doing okay.
I've put together a bunch of lessons and materials for you to check out whilst continuing to play and learn your guitar.
I've packed 5 folders with the things we've learnt, which you can recap, and more things we would go on to learn which you can tackle.
I recommend checking them out in order, as the skills/things you learn in one carry over.
Click on the guitar or green button.
Feel free to contact your teacher, through your class blog, if you have any questions, get stuck or even have a suggestion for a song/topic I can add in and they'll let me know.
Stay safe, learn lots and happy practising
All the best, Mr Taylor
Once again, our Y5 and Y6 choir took part in the worldwide Sing Up Day, singing the song, "There's a Power in the Music".
Here we are included in the Digichoir with schools from around the world.
Our Y5 and Y6 choir has once again taken part in the worldwide Sing Up project. This year's song is 'One Moment, One People'.
Here is the worldwide Sing Up Day 2019 Digichoir. Can you spot our choir?
This is our wonderful percussion and drum group, which meets every Wednesday until 4pm. They have been meeting since September and would welcome new members to the group. The cost is £45 per term. If you would like to start after half term, please let the office know and they will discuss terms and conditions. The cost will be £22.50 until Easter. Thank you, Mrs Houghton, KS2 Music.
Well done to all the children who took part in our summer concerts on Tues 26th and Wed 27th June. Thank you to our instrumental teachers: Mr Fogg - brass; Miss Blackstone - woodwind; Mrs Hadwin - percussion and lower choir; Mr Lappin - guitars; Mr Taylor - lower strings; Mr Naylor - upper strings. Miss Bradley and Mr Lake have been looking after the upper choir while Mrs Houghton has been on secondment.
Years 5 and 6 visited the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on 6th March to listen to and take part in 'Come To Your Senses'. In preparation, we had practised singing and signing along to a piece called 'The Witch'.
Click on the photo to find out about our visit.
On 14th March 2018, our choir took part in the annual worldwide Sing Up Day. We have been included in the Sing Up Digichoir video along with choirs from all over the world. Can you spot us?
Our Y5 and Y6 choir have been learning 'Be The Change', this year's song for Sing Up Day 2018.