Our Lady & St. Werburgh's Catholic Primary School

Fiat Voluntas Dei - May God's will be done

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Our Lady & St. Werburgh's Catholic Primary School

Music 2018-2019

 

Year One have explored African instruments and made their own replica instruments to play when singing Kye Kye Kule.

 Thank you to our visitors from St John Fisher Catholic College who performed for us today.

Year 4 have composed playground games based on their knowledge of local history.

See if you can join in!

Y5 have performed their own body percussion composition "Connect 5 2019"

inspired by Anna Meredith as part of the BBC TEN PIECES ASSEMBLY.

Year 4 pupils have composed music in ternary form (ABA), inspired by Saint-Saens' The Swan.

Listen carefully to see if you can hear when the music changes and when the first theme returns.

Year 6 pupils have composed a stepping melody to reflect the movement of the river, inspired by Smetana's Vltava.

Well done and thank you to all the children who performed in the Music concert on Monday 8th April.

You were all brilliant!

Year 5 submitted their composition for the BBC TEN PIECES EARTH MISSION

You can watch the video by copying this address into your web browser:

https://www.bbc.com/teach/ten-pieces/you-took-on-our-earth-mission/zfcy7nb

Year 3 had a great day out at Media City and watched a performance by the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra!

Year 3 composed a Dragon Dance to celebrate Chinese New Year and performed it to Reception Class.

Year 5 had a great time performing their Gangsta Granny songs at the Stafford County Showground. 

Many thanks to the Manchester Camerata team.

Year 4 local music history project

Merrym'n came to visit!
Merrym'n came to visit!
Merrym'n sang some of his own compositions!
Merrym'n sang some of his own compositions!
Dave West came to visit!
Dave West came to visit!
Dave West told us about his work as a Radio Stoke presenter.
Dave West told us about his work as a Radio Stoke presenter.
Dave West brought lots of artefacts for us to look at.
Dave West brought lots of artefacts for us to look at.
We learnt a lot about old technology!
We learnt a lot about old technology!

Year 5 and the Manchester Camerata

 

Opening song

Y5 song

Closing song

Awards