St. Philip's took part in a fantastic celebration of musical talent at St Georges Hall in Bradford. Our Year 5 children played an enchanting recital of 'Hallelujah' on their recorders as part of the BDAT Mini Proms. They also sang 3 songs which had been specially composed by children from the BDAT Primary Academies. They will never forget this wonderful experience!
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Find out about music across the Bradford district
Find out what events are taking place (some free of charge)
Find out what music groups your child could take part in
Year 3 created spooky art in response to music and read the sinister cautionary tale of Matilda by Hilaire Belloc to the spooky soundtrack.
Year Three's dance to 'Hall of the Mountain King' shows what might happen to the statues in Lister Park after midnight ....
Year 6 dance to Beethoven , create art inspired by Space Odyssey and sang a moving rendition of The love of the common people by Paul Young
Year 5 expressed their creativity through live art, dance and drama!
The Royal Northern Music College visited to inspire our children with music
Year 3 and 4 recorders
Music makers in EYFS
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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