On Monday our KS2 choir were fortunate to be able to take part in a vocal workshop, provided by Nottingham Music Service. The workshop was held in preparation for the Summer Sing concert at Nottingham Albert Hall,which we will be attending in June. The workshop was taught by Chris and Laura who were absolutely fantastic and the children thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon!
Last year, we had a wonderful time celebrating a variety of art activities during a sunny afternoon.
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On Thursday, Mrs Freely, Mrs Need, Mrs Harne and Mrs Rick took 28 children from the Middleton School Choir to the Birmingham Resorts World Arena for Young Voices 2019. Over 6500 children joined together to create the world’s BIGGEST school choir. It was an absolutely incredible experience for adults and children alike and a privilege to have been able to be a part of something so special.
Stars including Beau Dermott ( a Britain’s Got Talent golden buzzer act), Sharlene Hector ( a singer/songwriter who has been part of Basement Jaxx) and Tony Hadley, the lead singer of Spandau Ballet also joined us. Meeting Tony Hadley was a particular highlight for the Teachers!
Mrs Freely would like to thank all of the children who took part n the concert for all their hard work over the last few months and also a huge thank you to the parents who were able to support us by coming along to the concert.
It was a night we will never forget and we cannot wait to see what next year brings!
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Recently, our Year 4 children created a fantastic piece of Winter artwork under the guidance and expertise of an artist. We were so excited and proud to see this artwork on display, recently, at the Bramcote Lane Christmas Lights Switch on!
Last Thursday, Mrs Freely and Miss Need accompanied some of Middleton School Choir to sing at the Bramcote Lane Christmas Lights Switch on. It was a privilege to be invited, to develop links with the community and for our children to have the opportunity to show off their fantastic performing skills. We are all incredibly proud of how the children represented Middleton School. Well done Middleton!
We are now finishing our topic about description of bodies and faces in French and the children created some monsters to play a “Guess Who” game. They made some amazing ones, some funny ones, some scary ones and some gentle ones. We did this while listening to some French music and it was a very agreeable lesson.