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 2019-2020

 

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Children - when you have finished practising your musical instrument for the day, have a look at some of these websites to expand your musical knowledge!

Year 4 enjoyed learning about St Wulstan's Church Organ as part of their Local Music History topic.

Many thanks to Mr West for his expert knowledge and wonderful recital!

Year 2 enjoyed performing as part of the BIG SING at the Victoria Hall. 

Children who had made models displayed them on stage when singing Do anything but throw it away!

A super performance at the Stafford County Showground

with the Manchester Camerata.

Well done Year 5!

 

Thank you to Sam Walters for the brilliant animation based on our own artwork.

Year 2 have listened to Kerry Andrew's No Place Like as part of their Famous for more than five minutes topic and composed their own version.

Year 5 had a great time writing their own song inspired by J S Bach's Toccata and Fugue.

Many thanks to Richard, Jenny and Sophia from the Manchester Camerata.

INTRODUCTION SONG
INTRODUCTION SONG
Y5 BACH SONG
Y5 BACH SONG
INTERVAL SONG
INTERVAL SONG

Nursery and Reception sang a song about Chinese New Year and then had a dragon parade!

Year 3 composed Chinese New Year Dragon Music using the pentatonic scale and performed to Nursery.

The year 2020 marks the 250th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth.

 

Year 2 are finding about Beethoven in their Famous for more than five minutes topic.

They have learned how to play the opening bars of Symphony no.5 on glockenspiels.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS CONCERT!

FELIZ NAVIDAD!

Choir and Recorder Ensemble warming up for Carols Against Cancer 8!

Year 6 pupils have composed an African drumming pattern using phrases from the poem The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes.

Listen for 'the highwayman', 'riding', 'purple moor' and 'wrinkle'.

Year 5 pupils have been learning to develop their understanding of the history of music by exploring music from Anglo-Saxon times.

They have created their own instruments in the style of Anglo-Saxon instruments and performed on them to a song about Beowulf.

Year 6 pupils have been learning to appreciate music from the Mayan tradition

and have made their own replica instruments.

Awards