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Dance, Drama and Music

Dancing through School

Dancing through School 1 Oak enjoying the Haka
Dancing through School 2 Beech - South African Gum Boot Dance
Dancing through School 3 Ash - Line Dancing
Dancing through School 4 Rowan bring Bollywood to Woodcote
Dancing through School 5 Rowan - Bollywood
Dancing through School 6 Maple ready to STOMP!

All the children across the school have enjoyed exploring the world of dance through their PE lessons this Spring.  They took time to demonstrate their skills and enthusiasm during a Sharing Assembly.

Aladdin Trouble - Year 3/4 play

Picture 1

Year 4's Bollywood Dance

The children have been busy working away on their Bollywood dancing ready for their performance on Thursday 29th March to celebrate their efforts. 

Year 5's STOMP dance

 

STOMP has no words – everyone can understand it. It has little or no melody in the traditional sense, so it doesn’t matter if your taste in music is jazz, classical, dance or pop. STOMP is about rhythm, which is common to all cultures. Everyone knows rhythm, if only from the beating of their own heart – it is the basis of all music.

 

Have a look at the professionals doing it, while we keep practising!

Stomp Live - Dance & Fight

Performance Poetry

Performance Poetry 1
Performance Poetry 2
Performance Poetry 3

      Year 2 perform The Jumblies by Edward Lear in Sharing Assembly. 

Reception Nativity Performance

Reception Nativity Performance 1
Reception Nativity Performance 2
Reception Nativity Performance 3
Reception Nativity Performance 4
Reception Nativity Performance 5
Reception Nativity Performance 6
We are very proud of all of the Reception children who performed with great enthusiasm.  We're sure that their singing and performances put you in a jolly Christmas spirit. 

KS1 Nativity - Angel Trouble 

     The only trouble with KS1's production of Angel Trouble was that they were all far too cute! Everyone enjoyed their fabulous singing, some stand-out acting performances and each and every child sparkled as bright as our Star of Bethlehem. Both performances were really great and were enjoyed by wonderful full audiences. Well done children! 

     The experience of participating in the show has been a real confidence boost for all the children, allowed them an opportunity to showcase their wonderful talents, to work together as a KS1 team, to develop their speaking and listening skills and to have great fun along the way. Drama is so supportive to many areas of our curriculum in school including reading, writing and comprehension.

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