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Posted on: 08/12/2022

Music to everyone's ears this term

Kingshott pupils have enjoyed a fantastic term of making music - thanks to the vast array of choral and instrumental ensembles, specialist teaching and musical opportunities! 

Kingshott School Choir October 22The first half of the term began with Kingshott Voices, the School's flagship vocal ensemble, being invited to Oakham School for their annual Prep Schools' Music Day. Here they enjoyed singing a range of folk songs and spirituals under the theme of An American Adventure

Closer to home, Kingshott's choirs took centre stage in the School's Harvest Festival Service. They performed a range of music to parents and staff. Pre-Prep children sang 'Cauliflowers Fluffy', Years 3-8 sang 'The Harvest Samba', and the Kingshott Junior Singers sang 'Food'. All showcased the quality of Music at Kingshott, along with how much fun the children have developing their voices and musicality.  

This half term, Kingshott hosted one of its regular pupil concerts. Pupils delighted a very appreciative audience with performances on a range of instruments including flute, violin, cello, trombone, saxophone, clarinet and oboe! A great opportunity for pupils to share pieces they have been working on and to support their friends too. 

The end of term saw the annual School Carol Service at St Mary's Church in Hitchin, a festive treat for the whole Prep School. An exciting programme of congregational carols, readings, poems and Christmas songs filled the church and created a wonderful atmosphere to welcome in the festive season.  

Musical Theatre Club and Kingshott Voices delayed their end of term by an extra day, as they opened the annual Christmas Tree Festival at Holy Saviour’s Church in Hitchin, performing songs and a dramatic reading of the classic Clement Clarke Moore poem, A Visit from St Nicholas.  

Looking forward to what lies in store for the Spring Term! 

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