Sutton Oak C.E Primary School Blog

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Ukulele & Guitar Concert 2016

Class 7 and Guitar Club treated their friends to a super concert last week. They played a wide and varied repertoire of songs showcasing just how much progress they have all made.
We are very proud of their achievements in music this year and look forward to hearing them play again in the future.

Well done everybody, you were amazing!

Mrs Littler
Here are a few highlights:





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Super Concert 2016

Our Sutton network singing club took part in a super concert for families and friends last week at
St. Helens Town Hall. They joined other ensembles from across town to perform a varied and lively progamme, including brass, strings, woodwind and singing.

A big,’ Well done!’ to everyone that took part! Your performance was fabulous and we are very proud of your achievements in singing this term.
The club has now finished for this year.
See you in September!

Mrs Littler and Mrs T.M.

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Travelling by Tuba2

Sutton Oak were delighted to welcome back ‘Travelling by Tuba’ into school for a concert day last week. The Olympics show gave the children a whistle stop tour around the world looking at different instruments and music from all the continents.

The afternoon workshops focused on the music from Rio, hosts to this year’s Olympic games, exploring samba themes.

Here are some of the highlights…

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KS1 Songfest

Class 5 took part in the KS1 Songfest organised by the St. Helens Music Service recently. The theme was space and the children all had fun learning lots of songs about planets, gravity, aliens and rockets! They joined with other children from across the town to sing and play games together.

Well done to all of our children! You sang and behaved beautifully !



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St Helens Music Service's Spring Concert

Sutton Young Singers took part in the St. Helens Music Service’s Spring Concert last night in front of a packed audience of friends and family at the Town Hall. Following the theme of ‘All Around the World’ they sang ‘Touch the Sky’, a Scottish folk song featuring solos by Mia, Morgan, Amy and Kenzie, a lovely Mexican playground song called ‘Chocolate Molinillo ‘ which they sang in Spanish and a rousing African hymn in Swahili.

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