Year 3 and 4 Code Club have been creating amazing musical islands using the brilliant and fun app, Isle of Tune. We have been creating road networks surrounded by musical trees and flowers as well as lampposts that play beats and houses that squeak, bark and bleep. We placed cars on the road that play the tune we have coded as they drive by.
On 19th December 2017, just past 2pm, our school choir started their last performance of the year. We were asked to sing at the German YMCA in Craven Terrace, London. Another fantastic opportunity for us to contribute to local community events. The mini-concert was once again a great success.
Now we are looking forward to having some rest before we be get ready to perform at The Royal Albert Hall on 26th March 2018. Making it our second time this academic year!!!
The school choir has had an extremely busy since December so far. Last week, we went to Regent Hall on Oxford Street to rehearse for the Tri-Borough Christmas festival in preparation for the actual concert which took place this week.
It was a very successful concert, with the choir on fine form!
You can find more pictures and videos at the Tri-borough Music Hub website by clicking here: https://www.triboroughmusichub.org/
The Hallfield Primary School Choir was invited to sing during the switching on of the Christmas lights in Queensway.
There were some famous people there and we are really proud we could contribute to this fabulous local community event!
On Wednesday the 1st of November, the choir went on an amazing trip to the Royal Albert Hall. We walked through Hyde Park and it took us about 20 minutes. When we arrived we went through door 6 to the gallery (where we have our lunch and dinner). Later on, we went downstairs to find our chairs and rehearse with our folders which had the songs we had learned in choir. After 2-3 hours we went to the gallery to have our scrumptious lunch and talked about rehearsal. Then we went back down to practice some more songs and then we ate dinner. Next, we changed into our shirts and had Halloween candy that miss gave us.
We then went down to perform. We tried to find our parents then eventually we did. After that, the performance started. Also, we had special dancers from the Adele Stich dance group, and pineapple studios and they were PHENOMENAL! We also had a special choir to come and perform and they were great! After that, we saw the winners for the competition. And then there were a few solos during the songs. After all, we had a great time there. Some of us purchased souvenir teddies to remember the event.
by Nancy and Samira
The school choir is working really hard to get ready for a concert at The Royal Albert Hall. The great event will take place on 1st November 2017. We are really looking forward to performing on this world-famous stage.
Hallfield choir members are excited to explore different musical instruments!
All KS2 classes at Hallfield enjoyed a very special concert this year, as their peers played the guitars and then the school choir performed two songs.
We delighted that we could host invited parents, too. It was a really great event.
Here are some photos of our performance of Scrooge at the Royal Albert Hall. We are so pleased with everyone’s hard work and effort and we hope to perform there again soon. We also received a lovely letter from the composer!
We are delighted to have the opportunity to inform you that our school choir will take part in “Choir Creation Project” lead by AC Academy. The programme lasts for 5 weeks and the dates are:
Week 1: 23rd January
Week 2: 30th January
Week 3: 6th February
Week 4: 20th February
Week 5: 27th February
The time of the session is: 1.45-3pm
As a result, we hope to be performing at the Royal Albert Hall again.
The Hallfield Choir has been extremely busy since we decided to take part in two amazing concerts.
First, we have the incredible opportunity to sing at The Royal Albert Hall on 28th November 2016 , and as if that wasn’t enough, we will then be singing at Kensington Palace on 2nd December 2016!
We are all very excited about that and we are working hard to represent Hallfield the best possible way.