Today, we were joined by some rock musicians who sang and rocked for us! They belong to a rockschool club called ‘irock’. They teach children to form bands and play the instruments. During the session, they chose some children to play the instruments – or should I say – ‘jam’ !
Toby, a boy in year 6 was in his element and performed alongside them on the rock guitar with a little tune from ‘Nivada!’
Here are a few photos of the event:
Year 6 had a wonderful trip to Winchester Cathedral on June 16th. The weather was glorious too…for a change!
Mrs Morton, Ms Cox and Mrs Taylor drove us to the service together with our own little sheep ‘Eimma’ ! During the morning we had a great time wandering around the cathedral finding many hidden interesting facts including how the cathedral was saved from subsiding 100 years ago. We were able to eat our lunch in the grounds of the cathedral close….Ms Cox found us a lovely private spot!…Well that was until we had eaten and decided to run off some of our energy! In the afternoon all the schools came together for an enjoyable leavers service with all of our sheep! The sheep were symbolising that we were all soon to be grazing in new pastures.
After a pleasant day, we …well…Toby and George (aided by Finley and Charlie) carried a very tired Eimma back to her resting place…Mrs Taylor’s car boot!