A while ago P4 were being taught by O – Duo ( two drummers ) and they worked on making different sounds to different beats to make a show for the school .
They learned different patterns and were given signals to do different things with the drums . They had words to go with the rhythm and to keep in time. The teachers and pupils who saw the performance really enjoyed it.
When they went to the Brunton Hall they all enjoyed themselves . Harriot enjoyed beating the drums . Kirstin enjoyed playing =the calves . Liam enjoyed playing the cow bells. Rory enjoyed playing the shakers . Millie thought it was fun and enjoyable. Jessica liked playing the drums with her friends.
Everyone said it was very loud and noisy but very fun.
They were with other schools from East lothian at the Brunton Hall.
Written by Simra and Angus
Photos by Oli and Angus
We are looking forward to taking part in this day that P5 are organising tomorrow. Details are in the newsletter and the children have had a whole school presentation about it and questions answered in their classes.
If they are STILL unsure what to wear they can read the post written by the P5 here.
P5 are holding an event called Crazy Creations day. This event will be held on the Thursday 14th of December. We are fundraising for 2 charities this year. We chose Cancer Research and Save the Children. We are going to split the money between the 2 charities.Donations would be £1 or if you are feeling generous you can donate more.
The rules would be: clothes and hats but no accessories (antlers etc) or jewellery. (We will accept small earrings). Crazy hair is acceptable but no hair dye or sprays to change the colour.
You can still come in your school uniform or wear a Christmas Jumper if you wish.
We are also holding a parade at assembly on 14th of December to show off your creations. The teachers (if they want) will be dressing up as well……… this event will be so much fun!
P.S Please do not go and buy a costume just put something really really odd together, the crazier the better and no competition is involved.