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Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School

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Upper Tulse Hill, London SW2 2RL

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Easter Projects - KS1 & KS2

For a singing (and rapping) challenge, try to learn a new song over the Easter break! Ms. Ansah explains how here: 

Let’s go to the ballet!

The Royal Opera House are making some of their most beloved performances available online for us to enjoy. I would recommend this brilliant performance of 'Peter and the Wolf':

This article highlights further opportunities to catch live online operatic premieres from around the world, why not add a few to your diary?



Enjoy learning this catchy song that will help your children to learn different modes of transportation – perhaps they can draw a picture of their favourite mode of transport?

Enjoy singing this classic song with your child – perhaps come up with some actions to go along with each line?



The BBC have a fantastic resource called 'Bring The Noise', where children can explore pulse, layering and performing with a selection of songs:


Everyone learnt this song during singing assembly, as ‘honesty’ was the value of the month – Gazelle Class, see if you can remember any sign language from it!

Another song the children sung so beautifully in singing assembly:



It’s bigger than hip, hop…

Earlier in the year, Yr 6 did a term on hip-hop, and this brilliant google doodle from a few years ago gives everyone a chance to learn about the history of hip-hop, and try their hand at DJing!

‘A melody is a line of music…’

Give this melody maker a go and come up with melodies of your own!



We learnt this song during singing assembly – see if you can sing the two-part chorus!

Another song we’ve sung during singing assembly – 'High Hopes':