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19/07/19

receiving her gifts from the parents. Thank you Kim for all you have done for 😢 https://t.co/Xh2rS8Ej1Q

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19/07/19

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Best Headmaster https://t.co/6SMwhP0HyM

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18/07/19

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https://t.co/PY5ATUiSEL

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18/07/19

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We had the best time. Thank you https://t.co/uFM3mxQQ9u

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18/07/19

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We love forest school, even in the rain! https://t.co/ZD4XyhGcoe

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18/07/19

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Well done to Aimee https://t.co/bF2Ok0npoQ

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18/07/19

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The final ‘School Run’ before the summer break. https://t.co/Q4Hq1RMzsw

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15/07/19

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Our heart ready and on display in Priory Park Cafe #schoolcouncil - donations can be brought into class on Weds to 'fill a heart' that school council have made and in return children can wear trainers https://t.co/nwyPGGn6is

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15/07/19

Whyteleafe school phone lines and internet is down. Thank you for your patience.

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14/07/19

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Too hot for the chickens, all enjoying a sun bathe and a dust bath. Lucky them! https://t.co/vXAvK6PRYj

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14/07/19

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Celebration of our time at forest school with chocolate orange fire cakes. Yummy. https://t.co/9fYyv7Mfjw

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14/07/19

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Carrots, courgettes, potatoes, rhubarb, garlic, onions, strawberries, radishes all grown to help our children to understand where food comes from. https://t.co/gy4KtLwdOh

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06/07/19

Retweeted From John Williams

Thank you to the PTA for a fantastic summer fair. https://t.co/w4hh9o4wmv

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06/07/19

Retweeted From Sharon

What a fun summer fair today! Another huge well done to the wonderful PTA. 👏🏼 Also a big well done to the fantastic mini singers and choir for their great performances.

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06/07/19

Retweeted From Robin Langdon

Another brilliant Music Festival last night hosted by . Sold out show and standing ovation! Well done to all involved.

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06/07/19

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Delicious croissants on the fire at https://t.co/fycqeZqQjH

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04/07/19

Retweeted From Esther Brooks

Thank you for hosting the musical festival this evening. Great to see united in song with our and sharing their growing talents.

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04/07/19

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District sport champions for 🏃🏻‍♀️ and a fantastic music concert 🎶 with and

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04/07/19

Retweeted From Mr K Reardon

Wow! are district champions for athletics 2019. It was amazing to watch and even more amazing to be a part of!

Music

At Whyteleafe we pride ourselves on our musical ability.  Music is embedded in the curriculum and the children have many opportunities to perform and learn to play a variety of instruments. In year 3 all children learn to play the toot, in year 4 they all learn to play the clarinet and in year 5 the ukulele. All children from reception to year 6 take part in music lessons and have access to our well stocked music room. The music room has a range of instruments for the children to use including African drums, keyboards, glockenspiels and a variety of percussion instruments.

As well as the music curriculum, there are several music clubs on offer. We have a choir of 70 Key Stage 2 children for which there is a waiting list each year. The choir perform at a number of venues and events; these have included the O2 and Dorking Halls. There are recorder clubs for years 3 and 4, toot club for year 4 and ukulele club for year 6. Mini-Singers is a singing group with members from years 1,2 and 3. The school also has a school orchestra made up of children from years 5 and 6. All these groups perform in our annual Grand Parents Tea party at Christmas, the PTA Carol Evening and our annual Summer concert. There are also opportunities to perform during assemblies, school fairs and Star of the Week.

The school can offer individual and small group instrument lessons. Peripatetic teachers from Surrey Arts come into Whyteleafe one day a week. Lessons are booked and paid for through Surrey Arts.  Lessons are currently available on clarinet, saxophone, piano and guitar. Lessons on other instruments may be available if there is enough interest.

 

Documents

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Music Curriculum 14th Mar 2018 Download