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Year 2

Each year 2 class sang to KS1 today. They performed very well. We hope to repeat these kind of performances more often.

Step 5: A first try at improvising to Baa Baa Blues. It was really hard but this pupil has got the rhythm and used the recommended notes

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Step 4: More claves beats/egg shaker work from Cora and Peninah

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Step 4: Claves with a steady beat and egg shakers with a faster rhythm, This was very tricky!

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Isabella wanted us to see what she has learnt at home. Next time try and use more than one finger to play.

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Step 3: parts 1,2,and 3 excellent practice examples with not such an excellent video (sorry)

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Step 3: We learnt a bit of the verse each. Here are the "part 2's" - the best examples were Stella and Liv

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Step 2: Amazing actions to Stronger! We learnt this last year and remembered it all!

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Step 2: Elijah taught us Makaton. Thank you!

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Step 1: Actions for the song I love Red

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Spring 2: Minibeasts timbre and texture

Step 4: Zabi wrote his own melody to Superworm Is Super Long

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Step 4: Option 2 drawing Superworm with a pencil and playing the pitch

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Step 4: Liv's repeating pattern

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Step 4: here are 3 levels of the pitch challenge

Step 3 - Ayomide leads the class

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For a special lesson, pupils got to watch Baby Suso (the University of Southampton Symphony Orchestra) and they learnt more about the instruments

Step 2: pupils got to try the new keyboards. Liv can already play Baby Shark

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Step 1: Excellent example of the copying game

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Spring 1: Your Name, the beat

Step 6: Another group - because they were all so good at beat and rhythm!

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Step 6: An extended challenge

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Step 6: an excellent group performance

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Step 6: coaching video

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Step 6: Can you write your name in a rhythm? These pupils used crotchets and quavers

Step 5: This group were having a rest on the second beat

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Step 5: Kuba's group had a rest first. Tricky!

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Step 5: Excellent teamwork with a group rhythm

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Step 4: 4 crotchet beats clapping in a group

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Step 3: Excellent Practice playing the beat with percussion to The Wellerman song as a group

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Step 3: Another group playing 4 clear beats to the music

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Step 2 - excellent practice from the Claves group (first time was even better but Mrs W didn't have her camera to record it)

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Step 1: Excellent Practice from Zabi

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Autumn 2: Sleepy Story Orchestra

 

Week 5: Making our own smooth and spiky music using graphic score (coloured paper)

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Week 4: Cody demonstrated the features of his Kalimba

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Week 3: We moved to spiky and smooth contrasting music. Can you hear which instruments are playing?

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Week 3: We moved to spikey and smooth contrasting music.  Can you hear which instruments are playing?

Week 1: We played this game on blooket to test our knowledge of instruments. You can play it at home

Y2 Isabelle.MP4

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Week 6: Amelia's composition played by her partner

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Week 6: Maya only had 2 slices of bread!

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Week 5: the beginning of our written compositions - the "bread"

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Week 5: we then designed out own compositions

Week 5: more repeating patterns, this time with some notes the same

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Week 5: a different repeating pattern, look at our great pair work

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Week 5: making a repeating pattern

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Week 4: Playing "Pitch goes up" and "Three Blind Mice" on Boomwhackers. Unfortunately, the videos won't play this week so you will have to imagine from the photos. They were amazing though! Do you know the name of the red, orange or yellow boomwhacker?

Week 3: Whole class playalong to the video

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Week 3: Pitch goes up duet

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Week 3: Pitch goes up solo

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Week 2: We were so good at playing glocks that Mrs Williams challenged us to play "Baby Shark"!

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Week 1: Listen to the HIgh Low game. The video was so big we had to convert it to audio

Week 1: Milan showed us a great example of how to play the glockenspiel

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