Three hundred and forty five children took part in Farleigh School's inaugural Arts Week. From Year 6's musical, Peter Pan, to the Art Scholars' Exhibition and musical performances galore, it was a true celebration of the children's talents.
Warwick School’s inaugural ‘Discovery Festival’ was a storming success, with the completion of the kraken monster, just one of the many highlights. Recognising the importance of creativity, every boy had the opportunity to experience workshops and activities.
Freddy Potts was inspired as a Fagin of real depth and strong musical characterisation.
Years 5 and 6 from Godolphin Prep spent Wednesday 27 June with Years 5 and 6 from Whiteparish All Saints CE Primary School, preparing extracts from the musical ‘Joseph’.
St Swithun’s School welcomed 60 young musicians from across Hampshire county to a joint workshop and concert with the Band of the Scots Guards.
A girls' choir from Hereford has been voted Children’s Choir of the World – the first English choir to claim the title. The Cantabile Girls Choir of Hereford Cathedral School won the prestigious title at the Llangollen International Musical Festival.
The College's performance of Loserville opened on Thursday 21 June to rapturous applause. The musical, think Grease meets The Big Bang Theory, had the audience laughing one moment, then cringing the next, in a non-stop, bouncy and energetic production.
On Thursday 21 and Friday 22 June, Years 4-6 performed their brilliant drama production, ‘The Little Mermaid’, in the Judi Dench Theatre at Abbot's Hill School.
It was the fourth year of the renamed competition in honour of Dr Celia Blacklock, a former Monmouth School for Girls’ Music scholar, who died from cancer, aged just 33, in August 2014.