YEAR 6 'THE GREATEST SHOWMAN' RECORDING
Our Year 6 children had the opportunity to record some of the songs from their production of 'The Greatest Showman' on Wednesday 24th July at 'Paper Stone' recording studio on Haydn Road. A big thank you to Hugh, Lila Jones' dad for making this happen. The children sound incredible and you might need some tissues at the ready! Click on the link below to hear their amazing recording.
Year 6 children have had a fantastic opportunity to work with award winning eco-artist Sarah Turner. The children learnt how to make a plastic bottle flower and then place them into a frame which they painted. The stunning art installation was then displayed with 14 other primary schools at Cafe SoBar from 27th May - 12th June. The work was called Urban Garden.
Mr Fretwell has been working hard with our year 4, 5 and 6 guitar students. Here are the recordings for you to enjoy.
Year 6 had the chance to work with eco artist Sarah Turner to make an art installation for Light Night using resources which would otherwise be recycled. We all enjoyed the experience.
2017 Band Camp at Ilam Hall - as you can see we had a great time as well as learning lots of music!
Nottingham In Bloom!
Year 3 children have been super creative and have taken some wonderful photographs of plants for the Nottingham in Bloom photography competition.
Take a look!
LEONARDO DA VINCI AT NOTTINGHAM CASTLE
On Tuesday 27th September Year 6 visited Nottingham Castle to see ten of the finest drawings by Leonardo da Vinci from the Royal Collection. The works have been selected to show the extraordinary scope of the artist’s interests, from painting and sculpture to engineering, zoology, botany, mapmaking and anatomy, as well as his use of different media – pen and ink, red and black chalks, watercolour and metalpoint. We spent some time in the Long Gallery looking at paintings, imagining that we were a character in them and then making up our own stories. We then enjoyed a workshop. We had a great day.allery looking at paintings, imagining that we were a character in them and then making up our own stories. We then enjoyed a workshop. We had a great day.
Christmas Art Recycling Project - 09.12.16
Haydn was very lucky to have the opportunity to work with artist Anna Roebuck on a recyclable plastics art project. Sixteen city schools have taken part and the final display of the children's work will be displayed next to the Robin Hood statue, near the castle, between 14th December and 6th January.
'IF EVERY CHILD COULD.......'
Our Key Stage 2 Singing Club have taken part in Nottingham Music Service charity song 'If Every Child Could.....' You can download the song on iTunes, Amazon & Google Play. The money raised will be used to continue to fund life-changing music projects for young people in Nottingham.