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Performing Arts Club is for children  who enjoy singing and musical drama.  They should also like performing in front of an audience.


The club is held every Thursday from 3.15 until 4.15 with Miss Page and Mrs Stephens for children in years 3,4,5 and 6.


During the club we will be working towards a number of performances including supporting KS1 with their Nativity, singing at the Christmas Fayre, entertaining the residents with Christmas songs at Lorna House Residential House and performing at the English Rivera Centre in March as part of the Schools Music Festival. 

Click on the above links to see what we have been doing over the past year.  Scroll down to see what we've been up to this year.

Schools Festival of Performing Arts

Our final performance for this year was at the Torbay Schools' Festival of Perfoming Arts on Tuesday 27th March 2018. Our performance was inspired by the film 'Moana' and we wowed the audience with our singing and performance. Thank you to all who came to watch us and we hope you enjoyed it!


Singing at Lorna House

Entertaining the residents at Lorna House with Christmas carols and our favourite Christmas songs was our final performance of 2017.  We even had a visit from Father Christmas to thank us for our wonderful singing!

Singing with KS1

We thoroughly enjoyed supporting the KS1 children with their Nativity play. We were really nervous performing on the stage at the Princess Theatre but it was an amazing experience!

Singing at the Christmas Fayre

We thoroughly enjoyed entertaining the school community at the Fayre. Thanks to all those who came to listen.

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  • Year 2 97%
  • Year 3 96.5%
  • Year 4 92%
  • Year 5 89.3%
  • Year 6 96.2%
  • School 94.3%
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