Christmas Concert

By Support - December 14th, 2018 | Posted in News

On Thursday 13th December, students performed a Christmas concert in their local church. The church was packed full of parents and students who enjoyed a medley of solo performances from students playing the drums, piano and singing.

Our dance, drama and music groups performed Christmas themed routines inspired by the musical ‘Stomp’. Carols were played on traditional instruments and there were also modern interpretations using boom whackers. Drama students performed cautionary tales, warning us about the dangers of overeating. The audience enjoyed a mixture of clapping, stomping and singing from our music enrichment groups.

KS2 classes performed a musical play based on their experience with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra entitled “Leon and the space between. Lower School students sung and acted winter songs. This was followed by beautifully recited Christmas poems by Middle and Upper school students.

For the first time, we heard our newly established Carew Students Choir, there moving performance spread Christmas joy to the entire audience.

Students worked really hard this term and attended a great deal of rehearsals, resulting in a show filled with creativity and the joy and spirit of Art. We were proud to witness our talented young artists truly enjoying being part of a performance. Students really shone and everyone was in awe of the level of talent demonstrated during the concert. Merry Christmas!