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In December, our students had the opportunity to perform the show; Lights! Camel! Action! The Sequin! from Out of the Ark music. We are very proud of the effort they put into rehearsing and performing! Please enjoy! 

Compressed Of Lights! Camel! Action! The Sequin! Oota -1.m4v

The Earlham Choir

"If I cannot fly, then let me sing" Stephen Sondheim 

In choir we let our voices go free! We are exploring how to look after our voices, learning our vocal ranges, and enjoying singing songs from different genres and artists. As the year goes on we will be putting our learning into practice and performing at different events. 

Our music learning

Here are some videos showing our music learning in Black and Asian History Month and our whole school Tune into Mental Health Week. 

BAHM Video 2.mp4

Through our music lessons in Black and Asian History Month we celebrated music from different black and Asian cultures. We explored music from different countries, and how it has influenced culture, beliefs, ideas, and even freedom movements. 

Pupils listened, and appraised music, composed their own pieces and developed incredible performances that were shared at a special assembly - watch this video montage of our performances! 

TIMH Video.mp4

In Children's Mental Health Week we explored the ways in which music can capture, reflect and change our feelings and moods. As part of our music curriculum we listened to different styles of music and discussed the feelings that these pieces reflected, and then composed and performed our own mood music. 

You can hear the children talk about how music helps their wellbeing, and what they learnt, in this video.

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