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SAMBA with Mr Chambers!

During the Summer Term, Year 5 have been learning how to play in a Samba Band!

Come and see us perform on Sports Day this year to celebrate all of our hard work!

World War Two Songs 

We have spent four weeks learning techniques for song writing, as well as working towards creating our very own World War Two songs. Have a listen by clicking on the links below...


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Ukulele with Mr Chambers!


This Spring Term, Year 5 children have been learning to play the Ukulele with Mr Chambers every Friday morning. They have been learning the notes on the Ukulele fret, a selection of chords, hints and tips about strumming and rhythm, as well as playing along to some very exciting tunes!

 We have a special Ukulele Assembly on Friday 17th of March, so keep checking the website for further updates, such as photographs and videos.

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Djembe drumming - Year 5


This term, we have been practicing djembe drums with Mr Chambers. We have learnt lots of new skills, such as rhythm, singing, working in groups, how to play in a round and how to use the drum in lots of different ways to make a range of sounds. We are getting reading for a concert in a few weeks, so make sure you come along! Everyone is invited! (25th November 2016 - 9:15... Don't be late!!)

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BBC - Live Music Lesson - 23rd September 2016


‘Class 7 took part in a BBC Live Music Lesson. The lesson was hosted by CBBC's Karim Zeroual and Lauren Layfield, and it featured jazz pianist and composer Julian Joseph and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. There were three sections to the interactive lesson that explored rhythm, melody and dynamics. These were the three building blocks that helped us to compose our own rhythm as a class, alongside the orchestra.’


Click on this Link below to watch the music lesson again. Scotter Primary had X2 shout outs, including a very impressive one at the beginning!