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Arts colours

At an assembly recently, children from years 4 to 6 were presented with their arts awards. Well done to them all.

Chloe Alanis - 4JM 

Chloe, not only has a talent for music and singing, but also clearly loves it! She has taken part in performances with the school clubs from an early age, always with amazing enthusiasm, and hardly any sign of nerves.  Since moving to Phase 3, she has joined the dance club and ukulele club, where she shows the same passion and eagerness to learn.

Her attitude to learning, rehearsing and performing shows a real majority, and she understands that dedication and hard work are needed to succeed.  She is an asset to the school's performing arts and I hope she continues through the school with the same love for music and attitude to learning.

Eva Jeffries - 5HW

.Eva is a member of both choir and ukulele club.  Although sometimes shy, she really comes alive when performing and singing.  She is a regular member of our clubs, and is a perfect example of being involved purely for the love of music, and not for the spotlight!

Eva should have confidence in herself, and her ability, and know that her  willingness to be part of the group is a very important part of performing, and is much appreciated.  I hope she will continue to shine and grow in her musical journey.

Cole Pursey - 6TR

Cole has been a consistently reliable member of the choir and boy’s vocal group.  He is nearly always the first through the door at lunchtimes, showing the enthusiasm and love for singing.  Despite this, he doesn’t expect to take a lead role all the time, and understands the importance of working as a team. 

He always has a sensible attitude to rehearsals, and works hard to accomplish the brilliant performances, he consistently gives.

With his obvious love of music and his determination to learn, it is a pleasure to see both his confidence talent shine through.  What a fantastic role model for the younger children in our school.

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