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Primary Winter Concert

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This year our Primary Winter Concert’s ran from Tuesday 18 to Thursday 20 December. Every grade put on their own special and unique performance with lots of wonderful singing, dancing and performing. 

Grade 1 to 3 concerts were a magical display of talent from our students dressed as glitzy Christmas trees, jolly Santa’s, vibrant snowmen and cheeky elves. For several weeks each class worked extremely hard to perfect performances which included songs such as Walking in a Winter Wonderland, Jingle Bells, Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree, Holly Jolly Christmas, Let It Snow and many more holiday favorites. The students put on a ‘show to remember’ which left everybody with a smile on their faces and warmth in their hearts. 

Grade 4 and 5 also presented wonderful performances during Primary Winter Concert. They started the performance with ‘Winter Wonderland’ and ‘Jingle Bell Rock’ respectively. After that, they sang a series of Christmas carols such as‘It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas’, ‘Rockin around the Christmas tree’ and ‘Santa Clause is Coming to Town’ and filled the whole theatre with a warm Christmas atmosphere. During singing, they changed the formation with body languages to make the performance more colorful. Even more to the point, they also included musical instrumental performance and demonstrated their versatility.