Our Singing Assemblies are a real highlight every week at Jubilee. For Black History Month KS2 learnt “Give me Hope Joanna” by Eddie Grant, a song protesting against the South African apartheid.
It is also a great song for Jubilee as amazingly Eddie Grant is a past resident of Stamford Hill!
We hope you enjoy our recording below:
give me hope joanna – KS2 assembly
Ash Class have completed an amazing half term of glockenspiel work. Check out one of their tracks below and leave us a comment! :
Y6 Ash – Glockenspiels
In year 4 this half term we have been studying electronic music by creating our own beats using a programme called Drumbit. They did so fantastically well I even gave them a further challenge of adding rhythm to words to create their own rap to go with their beat. Listen below to hear a few examples from the class:
Year 1 have done a brilliant job tackling some tricky songs this half term. Check out their recordings of “A better me” and “Sunshine” below and leave us a comment!
A better me – Elm class
Sunshine – Pine Class
Birch and Beech have got off to a fantastic start learning how to read music and play the recorder – we really look forward to our lessons together every Monday morning!
Have a listen to some of their playing so far and, if you’d like to, please leave a comment – John Joseph-Wilson
Beech Class – “No More Milk”.
Birch Class – “Little Fly”.
Beech and Birch have made an absolutely wonderful start learning how to play the recorder.
Each week has been an absolute joy with so many of the class practicing during the week at home as well.
Please have a listen to their wonderful work below and keep up the great work children!
Beech Class Joe Joe Recorders
Birch Class Little Fly Recorders
Rowan and Willow were the very first classes to take to our brand new glockenspiels this half term and did an absolutely brilliant job! The pulse, melody, harmony, it’s all here – very well done year 4! :
Y4 Aut 1 2020 Rowan Class – Glocks:
Y4 Aut 1 2020 Willow Class – Glocks:
Year 3 have made such a flying start to music this year by immediately getting to grips with the ukuleles – in every lesson they have been on fire!
I’m so proud of what they have managed to achieve in such a short amount of time – I have a feeling this is going to be a great musical year for Beech and Birch – check out their recordings below!
Y3 Aut 1 2020 Birch Class – Ukulele
Y3 Aut 1 2020 Beech Class – Ukulele
Year 4 have been working so hard on their ukulele practice I just had to send you some of their music!
Here are Rowan and Willow Class – see if you can guess the famous movie tune they have remixed:
Rowan Class- Ukulele
Willow Class – Ukulele
John Joseph-Wilson, Music Coordinator, Jubilee Primary School.
We have been doing some wonderful singing in Infant choir this year and really wanted to give you a listen.
This song is
“Try your best” and it’s one of our favourites.
It tells you all about how we can’t always come first, but what is most important is that you always try your best:
“Your best’s the only best that you can do”.
Have a listen here and remember, we love comments on our blog so why not leave us some kind words!
Infant Choir – Try Your Best
John Joseph-Wilson, Music Coordinator, Jubilee Primary.