Sutton Oak C.E Primary School Blog

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Pitch and volume

Pitch and volume
Class six used a range of instruments to investigate pitch and volume. They found the bigger the instrument the lower the pitch. 
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Supersing 2017

Supersing 2017
Classes Six and Seven took part in this year’s KS2 Songfest event at the Theatre Royal last week.
They joined with other Primary and High Schools from across town to form a massed choir, accompanied by a live band made up of Music Service tutors.
The repertoire was varied and challenging, including pop songs old and new, lots of harmonies and a super ‘Beauty and the Beast’ medley with soloists from the high schools choir.
Well done everyone!
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Music Service Summer Concert

Music Service Summer Concert
‘Sutton Young Singers’ and ‘Sutton Oak Band’ took part in a concert for their friends and family at the Town Hall last week. Both groups performed with great confidence and we are extremely proud of the progress that our singers and brass players have made this year.
A special mention is reserved for Bethan and Kenzie, who did both!
Well done- you are all stars!!
Mrs Littler
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Brass Taster Session

Brass Taster Session
Class Eight became the teachers for a special session last week. They visited their friends in Class Six, performed a piece they have been learning and then taught them the basics of how to hold the cornet and play a few notes.
They really enjoyed becoming teachers and sharing the skills they have learned this year!
Thank you to Mrs Ashton Hunt for all your hard work!
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One Sun, One World

One Sun, One World
Children from Sutton Oak, along with others from St. Peter’s CE, Newton and Sherdley CP, took part in a super concert at St. Helens Town Hall. Accompanied by a full symphony orchestra made up of students and tutors from the Music Service, they told the story of our amazing world and challenged us to look after it better. Commissioned by the World Wildlife Fund, the concert brought together a celebration of all the wonderful animals, plants and places with the important message about the need for its conservation.
A very big, ‘Well done!’ to the children who worked so hard to learn all the songs and performed so brilliantly at such a big event. We are very proud of you all!
Mrs Littler
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