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Primary students show their creativity in a series of ‘Performing Arts Project Days’

This week, the Performing Arts department has started a series of ‘Performing Arts Project Days’ for Primary School. The project is taking the Virtual School Experience to the next level, proving that at home learning does not only need to be sedentary screen-based activities. 

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  • Performing Arts Project Days

It kicked off on Wednesday with Y6 going back in time to Victorian London in ‘A Twist on Oliver Twist’. Y5 were transported to Outer Space in ‘Life On Mars’ on Thursday. The purpose of these days is to give students and teachers a day away from the day to day schedule of virtual learning. Each project has been designed to enhance the learning of a topic currently being covered in class for each year group. From ‘The Victorians’ to ‘Chocolate’ there is a range of themes being explored. Students are participating in a day off from their regular timetable and participating in fun and active live sessions and online tutorials with Miss Bevan. The activities range from live singing and dancing lessons to ‘make at home’ costume challenges and script performances. Children are sending videos and photographs of their performances to Miss Bevan who will collate them into a final ‘class project’.

  • Performing Arts Project Days
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  • Performing Arts Project Days

The project is taking the Virtual School Experience to the next level, proving that at home learning does not only need to be sedentary screen-based activities. With little space, few resources and a lot of imagination – it is showing our children how to be creative in the unusual situation we find ourselves in.

Highlights are definitely the live active lessons – its fantastic to see 50 students on one screen performing the same actions or words! It’s a lot of fun and the children have been so enthusiastic! The children have loved seeing Miss Bevan in costume on their screen and ask lots of questions and share ideas with each other about how they could create similar costumes at home. Also, seeing how students have each individually responded to independent tasks, being resourceful with what they have available to them at home shows how they can overcome in difficult circumstances.

Next week we have Y2 Project ‘Run Away With The Circus’ on Wednesday 22nd April and Y1 Project ‘Hooray! Let’s Go On Holiday’ on Friday 24th April. The following week there will be Y3 project ‘The Chocolate Factory’ on Tuesday 28th April and lastly Y4 project ‘Incredible Inventions’ on Wednesday 29th April.

Emily Bevan

Performing Arts Teacher

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