‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Première

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We came dressed however we wanted to watch the première of our wonderful musical version of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ that we created over the last few weeks. Acting, singing, dancing, animation, makeup, setting, filming, sound….the list of learning involved in this project really does go on. The attitudes and collaboration that was involved in this project was a joy to witness.

We used some older BBC Active songs and adapted the script to suit us. We are all really proud of our finished performance and hope that you enjoy it too.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream 2020 from Goodleigh C of E Primary School on Vimeo.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Posted in Adventure, Art, Computing, dance, Design Technology, Drama, English, Forest School, History, Inspiration

We have had so much fun making our musical version of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. Here are some photographs of some of the highlights. We are still busy making animations, music videos in different locations, acting and editing. We are really looking forward to sharing the finished product!

Fire Lyrics

Posted in English, Music

If this is the end in fire 

then we should all burn together 

watch the flames climb high into the night 

calling out fire bird help and we will

 watch the flames burn on and on the mountainside

 high

If we should rout baba

Then we should do it together

Save the precious egg for the last time 

calling out firebird prepare as we will

 watch the flames burn on and on the mountain side

 we will beat baba yaga tonight

Now I see fire upon the mountain

 I see fire burning in me 

now I see fire right above me 

I see fire battle begins

 I hope that we restore peace

Celebration trip

Posted in Computing, Music

We had a fantastic day in Exeter participating in a Celebration concert with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. We listened to different pieces of music, sang with the orchestra and learned lots of new facts about the composers-it was so much fun-thank you BSO.

Following the amazing concert we went in to Exeter to The Apple Store to learn more about how to code using Sphero Robots and make presentations using an app called ‘Clips’.

 

Here we are learning how to use ‘Clips’ and having lots of fun interviewing each other about the concert.

Here we are learning more about coding using the ‘Sphero’ robots: