Here’s just a sample of the fabulous work created in music this week. Year 7 have created their own samba rhythms, Year 8 have remixed and orchestrated milestone classical pieces, and Year 9 have designed their own stage lighting for a scene from a musical.
Walking through the fields what did I spy?
A butterfly up high in the sky how nice
The butterfly flutters from tree to tree
The smell of summer is in the warm air.
Yellow corn bobbing in the bright fields
Ruby red poppies swaying in hedge rows
The birds are singing sweet songs in the trees
A dragonfly darts around the field
Bees are collecting pollen from flowers
A grasshopper chirps on a leaf nearby
And roses smelling sweet with summer dew
The sound of a tractor in the distance
I have to go home now so goodbye
I turn and walk away from the field
Photo 1 – Josh’s homemade muffins
Photo 2 – Abigail’s interpretation of an artist’s work for textiles
Photo 3 – Charlie’s interpretation of an artist’s work for textiles
Photo 4 – Lotty’s evaluation of cheese scones
Photo 5 – Lotty’s work on investigating cooking terms and nutritional information 1/3
Photo 6 – Lotty’s work on investigating cooking terms and nutritional information 2/3
Photo 7 – Lotty’s work on investigating cooking terms and nutritional information 3/3
Photo 8 – Lotty’s homemade muffins
Photo 9 – Abigail’s work on apples and potatoes 1/2
Photo 10 – Abigail’s work on apples and potatoes 2/2
Mr Sud has created video tutorials alongside worksheets and their answers, whilst giving pupils continuous feedback and autonomy over their own learning. Some examples can be watched here:
The show must go on! The Senior School Spring Concert was scheduled to take place this evening at 7.00pm. Even though we can’t all be together right now to enjoy the concert, luckily we managed to put together a recording of some of the performances before school closed for you to enjoy at home. We also mixed in some work from Year 8’s recent Live Lounge project!
Check out our short video guide to remote learning using Satchel One. Please do not hesitate to contact Mr Thompson if you or your child require further support.