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      Jun 16, 2017

Music

2016 – 2017 Music at BinstedMusic1

Choir meet once a week with Miss Cox to perfect their singing for events such as: Christmas, Easter and the wonderful choir competition at Fest in the Field. Children are also given the opportunity to learn the guitar, sing in French and create their own composition at our school.¬†¬† Following our Harvest Festival Service in October, Christmas carols¬† began in earnest.¬† The choir sang at several older persons homes and the season culminated with a fabulous sing at the local pub – The Jolly Farmer. Parents, teachers and children coming together in festive fun and proving that it’s good to sing!

At the start of the new term in January 2017, all classes visited G-Live Centre in Guildford 

Johnathan Wilcocks conducting the orchestra.

for an orchestral performance especially for children Рit was a lovely way to spend morning.  

Our big event¬† for years¬†4, 5 and 6 was¬†for¬†‘Young Voices 2017’ . Here, we performed alongside¬†7810¬†children . For a small school we aim¬†big! Here are a selection of photos from that fantastic day:

The train journey from Alton to Waterloo

 More fun on the train                                                                 

Slightly cosy on the tube!

so cool and calm!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                          smile and hold on!

 

 

up we go!

almost there!

Our seats

 

 

made it to The O2 !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

taking a break from rehearsals!

 

 

Hello!

Here we are everyone!

waiting for the concert to start

Wow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

more colours

some serious singing happening

A lot of children singing and parents watching!

street dancers

found a space to eat our tea!

 

 

 

 

 

Exhausting work photography!

 

 

Wow

 

 

amazing

 

What a great experience with fabulous singing and dancing from

Binsted pupils and staff!  A day to remember and to be proud of.

Miss Cox