The choir did a splendid job of entertaining shoppers in York City Centre this afternoon, despite the weather! Thanks also to all the adult helpers who braved the rather wintry conditions with us. The money raised will help to fund…
Last week, as part of the Musical Connections project, Y3/4 children went to Barstow House in York. It was lovely to see familiar faces from last year and to make some more new friends. We all enjoyed singing and playing musical games which brought smiles to the tenants that live there.
Musical Connections is a registered charity that who facilitate intergenerational music workshops in care and residential homes in York. We have been working with the project for a number of years now, and our participation has been enormously rewarding for Fishergate pupils. If you would like to find out more about this fantastic organisation, please visit their website.
Merry Christmas Everybody!
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The choir are sounding fantastic! Don’t forget….
We sent the code home with a letter but if you have forgotten it you could ask Miss Teale or Mrs Spain. In the Young Voices Music Room you will find lyrics videos, dance videos and Spotify links for this year’s songs to help you practise at home. Keep up the good work!
At Fishergate, we offer a variety of instrumental lessons open to children in school. At the end of the summer term, we had exciting assemblies from our current drum teacher and a keyboard teacher who will be starting in September.…
The Fishergate Family Choir met for the last time this term on Monday. We have great fun learning new songs and singing lots of different rounds and harmonies. Here’s a little snippet!
The sun is shining, the family choir is in fine voice and some of the youngest members have been learning to conduct!
To all the parents, carers and children,
Thank you for all your hard work and support this year at choir. We have taken part in so many different activities this school year, including carol singing in the city centre and at Selby Abbey, singing at the Cgristmas fair and, of course, Young Voices. You have all been brilliant!
Next week (Wednesday 28th June) will be out last choir session before the summer holidays as there are so many different things happening in the last few weeks of term for both staff and pupils.
We hope to see lots of familiar faces back at choir next year. We have another very exciting year ahead of us!
Rachel Teale and Liz Spain.