Wednesday 25th October, 2017

Here is a recording of the school folk group. We set the group up again in September, after a break of a couple of years. The group consists of 10 year 5 and 6 pupils and consists of violins, tin whistles, flute, piano, harp, guitar and button accordion. Half the group are learning a completely new instrument! This recording is the tune for the Hop tu Nad dance that all pupils have been learning in school this week. This Soundcloud page is the official school Soundcloud page where you will hear recordings of the samba group, choir, folk group, ukulele group and keyboard group.

Wednesday 11th October, 2017

The school choir are busy preparing for their performance at the Collabro concert in the Villa on Saturday night! They will be singing 3 songs at the beginning of the concert with some brave year six solos, as well as soloist Alexandra Slater. In the second half of the concert, they will be performing two songs with Collabro. This is a very exciting concert for the choir and they have worked really hard for it. Meanwhile, in school, the extra curricular groups are now up and running. The school folk group have been busy learning Manx tunes and some pupils have started to learn a completely new instrument. The group is made up mostly of year 6s, with some year 5s. Rosie is busy learning the button accordion and Beatrice has started to learn her way around the harp!

One of our other new groups is the samba band. This group is mainly made up of year 5s, which one or two pupils from younger year groups. Today we worked on going from the Q&A section to the main groove section. Josh was the leader today (on an instrument called the repinique), but we usually swap around the instruments within the session.


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Music at Ballacottier

Welcome to the music pages for Ballacottier Primary School. For information about what pupils have been getting up to in their curriculum music lessons, please click the 'curriculum music' link to the left. For information about extra curricular groups s…

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