During these unusual times, it's important to fill your days doing things that you really enjoy.
When I was at school with the Key Worker children, we had a mini Talent Showcase where they practised one of their talents and performed it in front of the rest of the children. They didn't have that long to practise so we were all impressed with the final products. You can see the videos below of the wonderful talents - they showed fantastic courage and positivity.
Have you got a talent?
Send in a video of you showcasing your talent to the school's email address and I will put it up on the website for other children to watch and admire.
Phoebe and her piano
This is one of Phoebe's talents. Phoebe really enjoys playing the piano and she has been learning for 6 months. She loves her lessons and has managed to still do them while we have been at home. Great effort Phoebe and thank you for sharing it with us.
This was our winner! A brave, confident solo from Tadiwa saw him win our mini Talent Showcase. He chose to sing the karaoke version of High Hopes by Panic At The Disco. It's clear to see that he has a real passion for singing and performing - keep it up!
Showcasing her Irish dancing talents in front of the other children at school. She practised for 10 minutes to slow jig music and was able to create this fantastic dance.
A contemporary interpretation of Let It Go from the Frozen film. This entertained all of the children at school and we all helped to tidy up the floor afterwards!
These two brave Year 2 children, combined their names together to come up with their band name. While one was singing, the other was dancing. They worked so well together and it was lovely to watch.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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