Each year group puts on a concert for parents and the rest of the school at some point throughout the school year. These concerts combine singing, acting, dancing and music and are normally an entire musical packed into half an hour - hard work but great fun for everyone involved!

Rehearsals take place within school time and the productions are a great chance for children to experience performing to large audiences.

Concerts take place at the end of each term, or as near as possible, depending on other commitments of the year group performing.

A real highlight of the Year is the Elderly Citizens’ concert held at school and hosted by our Year 6 children at Christmas. The children provide the entertainment and serve tea, coffee and mince pies to our guests.

As every Year 5 child learns an instrument as part of the Widening Opportunities Scheme, we also hold regular concerts showcasing what they have been learning. These are run in conjunction with the Community Music Service tutors who teach our pupils on the scheme. Year 6 children who continue to learn an instrument through this service may also be involved in these concerts.

Regular drumming showcases are also held so that parents of children who learn drumming at school have the opportunity to see their children perform. Details of upcoming concerts will be posted on the school website.