Sutton Oak C.E Primary School Blog

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Sutton Young Singers ‘Swing Into Spring’ Vocal Concert

On Monday 2nd March our network singing club, ‘Sutton Young Singers’ took part in a concert at the Town Hall for their families and friends.

They joined together with young singers from Newton and Billinge, Vocal Youth, the Teachers’ and the Council Choirs as well as the fabulous ‘Night and Days’, a swing vocal group who have been working with us this term.

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Bethlehem Peacelight Service

Once again, children from ‘Sutton Oak’ joined with schools from across Sutton to take part in this year’s Peacelight service at St. Anne’s RC Church on Tuesday 16th December 2014. Together with representatives from all our local community groups they welcomed the peace light as it arrived, following its long journey from Bethlehem and across Europe.

Well done to our Peacelight choir who sang so beautifully and to our two Peacelight children, Cody and Ellie, who were chosen because they best represented the values and ethos of our school.

Also, a big thank you and well done to Class 8, who sang carols so beautifully at Sutton Village Church on Wednesday morning for the Peacelight Holding Day.

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Ukulele Concert

To celebrate a term of great progress, Class 6 and our two Guitar Clubs performed in a short concert for their school friends on Tuesday morning. The guitars played some classic rock tunes including, ‘We Will Rock You’ by Queen and ‘Ice, Ice Baby’ by Vanilla Ice.

The ukuleles played a large part of their growing repertoire, showing off their talents really well. Their favourite tune is still ,’My Dog Has Fleas’, which they played and sang with gusto. The concert was rounded off with a Christmas sing- a- long.

A big thank you to our teacher Mr. Bates and a big ‘Well done!’ to all our musicians!

 

 

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Silence Night at Saints

Children from Class 7 took part in a memorable carol singing event at Langtree Park Stadium last week. They were part of a massed choir of 500 voices made up of schools and community groups across the town. The event was part of a National initiative in sports grounds around the country to commemorate the first Christmas Eve of WW1 when the British and German soldiers stopped fighting, played football and sang 'Silent Night'; a moment of peace in the middle of a terrible war.

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Schools Christmas Sing

Members of Class 9 took part in a carol concert at St. Helens Parish Church on Wednesday 3rd December, along with children from other schools across the Town.

The 100+ choir sounded fabulous as they sang a selection of traditional Christmas songs, including ‘I saw Three Ships Come sailing In’,’ Go tell it on the Mountain’, ‘ Ding Dong Merrily on High’ and ‘Hark the Herald Angels Sing’.

They were accompanied by a wonderful live orchestra and brass band made up of St. Helens Music Service Tutors and students.

Well done to everyone who took part and a big thank you to all the parents who brought them along and watched a really lovely festive event.

 

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