Today we had an amazing visit from the Upton Blues Festival outreach team. In the morning Years 4 and 5 took part in a workshop where the children learned about the origins of the blues and learnt to sing and play two blues songs. They 
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Last week, at the culmination of this year’s Take One Picture project, the whole school, from Pre-school to Year 6, performed to a packed audience of parents and other family members.  As well as taking a more traditional art focus on the painting (Henri Rousseau’s, 
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This morning parents, pupils, staff and governors were treated to wonderful musical performances from the School Band, followed by instrumental and vocal solos and duets given by children from Years 2-6, who take lessons in school. We were amazed at the skill levels on show 
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This week Reception Class worked in groups to create their own story maps of the story of The Snail and the Whale, by Julia Donaldson. They used their creativity to change both the problem and the resolution. Some of their new stories included jellyfish and 
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Last week Years 3, 4 and 5 visited Worcester Arena to take part in ‘The Big Sing’: an interactive performance where key stage 2 pupils gathered from across Worcestershire to sing prepared pieces as part of a huge singing workshop. It was an exciting and 
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Today we welcomed Rose Johnson, the Opera outreach officer from Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. We learned all about what Opera was, and the story telling within it, as well as practising lots of exciting new ways of singing. It was an amazing experience for pupils and staff 
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This term, in their music lessons, Year 3 have been working on reading, writing and following notes. They have been learning about crotchets and quavers and the difference between them in terms of the length of the notes. The children have worked in pairs to 
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This half term Year 6 have been further developing their understanding of musical notation and percussion. They have had the opportunity to play a wide range of percussion instruments and have really enjoyed applying their knowledge of how to read and follow the musical notation 
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Reception Class have settled well into school and are quickly learning routines and expectations and getting to know each other. Henrietta the hedgehog delivered two of her favourite books, ‘How to Catch a Star’, by Oliver Jeffers and a non-fiction book about stars. Bertie the 
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After a two-night run, Holy Redeemer’s ‘The Tempest’ closed last night to rapturous applause. Audiences were treated to amazing chorus and solo numbers, as well as an compelling storyline beginning with danger, betrayal and vengeance in Act 1, but finishing with romance, repentance and forgiveness 
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