Key Stage Two pupils wowed their families with their musical talents at the annual Palm Court Tea Concert.
Parents, siblings and grandparents arrived in the School hall where they could sit with a cup of tea and a selection of homemade cakes prepared by Chef Sean.
Before the concert, visitors viewed a fabulous art exhibition curated by the children which explored their learning challenges for the term. Forms 3 and 4 created intricately detailed mosaics, and Forms 5 and 6 produced marvellous sketches of dinosaurs and fossils for their topic: ‘What Lies Beneath?’
Mrs Coultas led the proceedings which began with Forms 3 and 4 singing ‘They Never Wrote a Song Like This’ in the Junior Choir.
The Senior Choir (Forms 5 and 6) followed with a rendition of ‘Get on Board This Train’.
The audience enjoyed performances from ensembles and soloists who confidently displayed a range of musical talents.
Alexander in Form 5 wowed the crowd with performances on his electric guitar. Fran in Form 5 and Jack in Form 6 mesmerised with their wonderful accordion playing, and Evie Connor impressed with her excellent trumpet playing.
Charlie, Bea, Phoebe C and Susannah had lots to remember as they played the violin in several group and solo numbers!
Sophie in Form 3 played ‘Asian Tiger Prowl’ on the piano superbly.
Jemima in Form 4 recited a poem called ‘When Dad Fell into the Pond’ which she performed with actions and excellent intonation.
The children gelled so well together in the group performances, each playing their part with confidence and rhythm.
A big well done to all of Key Stage 2 for putting on a fantastic show. The range of musical talent on display is magnificent and we’re so very proud of your conduct and behaviour throughout the afternoon’s concert.
We would also like to thank Mrs Coultas for her hard work and her continuous encouragement in music lessons that helps make our pupils such fantastic performers.
Take a look at the photos below: