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The Arts

It's September 2021 and we're back!

 

Children at Harrowgate Hill Primary School have only been back from their summer break for one week and already the hallways are filling with colour. Miss Brown took a walk around school to see if any artwork had appeared and it had! Take a look at some of the beautiful artwork that has been produced  and keep watching this page to see more wonderful art across the year. What techniques have been used to create these pieces? Miss Brown will keep searching and maybe we'll spot your artwork displayed around school! 

 

 

 

Our Music lessons are fantastic. We love listening to a range of artists and genres from across the ages. At Harrowgate Hill, we have taken part in lessons such as writing our own music for a video game, writing songs about life in the Stone Age and even creating soundscapes of what it might be like when we step into our paintings! We particularly enjoy the lessons where we can use our fabulous variety of musical instruments. We learn how to use the correctly and treat them with respect.

 

This year, we are looking forward to learning songs from a diverse set of artists in our assemblies. 

 

Take a look below at some of our lovely lessons. 

The Arts at our school means providing our pupils not only with the opportunity to learn about and participate in each of these areas, but also providing them with the platform from which to be creative, to express themselves, find success and share these experiences, talents and abilities through performance.

 

We are passionate about developing and promoting the Arts through an enjoyable, creative and cross curricular approach. As well as focussed high quality teaching of the National Curriculum Programmes of Study in classes, we enrich our children’s learning and experiences of the Arts through a range of school time and after school specialist club opportunities.

 

Harrowgate Hill are committed to providing all children with the opportunities to engage and succeed in the Arts and continue to develop our teaching in a more holistic manner though performing arts opportunities and creative curriculum planning.

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