Our brand new infant choir, made up of children from Years 1& 2, started this week. There was a good turn out, so watch this space!!
A huge congratulations to our Grade 1 violinists who came out with merits and distinctions.
We’re very proud of all their hard work and dedication they have put towards their exam. A big thank you to Mrs Hunter too!!!
A big well done to our violinists who took their Grade 1 exam.
They have worked hard really hard. Keeping everything crossed!!
Rolling Brook performed alongside 11 other schools as part of the Lambeth Sounds Live concert on Saturday 23rd March.
They were amazing! The guitar section provided licks and solos, whilst the singers harmonised together, the bass player pumped out his bass lines to get us in the mood, the keys played with flair and an energised […]
Years 3/4 concentrating hard on playing their rhythms together and in time!
Rolling Brook (our school band) played to the school in preparation for their performance at the Lambeth Sounds Live Music Festival.
They performed 2 covers and an original, ‘We Got To’.
They have worked really hard and have created a great sound together. Can’t wait to see them perform on the big stage tomorrow.
We completed our piece of music to a accompany part of the story from ‘Where the Wild Things Are’.
Our music depicts the following scene (with a bit of our own imagination)….
Max has been told off by his Mum, he stomps up the stairs and slams his door. As he does, vines begin to grow on […]
The choir performed at the opening concert for the Lambeth Sounds Music Festival on Monday 18th March @ the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
They were among 6 other schools that took to the stage to perform their pieces. We performed, Havana by Camilla Cabello, Freedom by Pharrell Williams and Free, written by Savi Bale.
The children performed with […]
The choir performed to their peers this morning in preparation for their forthcoming performance at the Queen Elizabeth Hall (part of the Lambeth Music Festival) on Monday 18th March @1:30pm.
We had some feedback and are raring to go for Monday!
Hope to see some of you there. A few spoilers for you!
In Year 1 we have been sorting instruments into their material groups (metal, wood etc). The children enjoyed identifying the different instruments and came up with their own group of instruments… animal skin/bone.
We then looked at an orchestra and looked at the families of instruments. Using this information, we created our own orchestra, using our […]