On Thursday 7th June we had our first ever Y7 Performing Arts Showcase. Read more
In order to become a Music Leader, pupils have to consistently demonstrate excellent focus and commitment to their development as musicians. Read more
Our very first Y7 Performing Arts Showcase is taking place at 6.30pm on Thursday 7th June! This is designed to build on the success of our open event in November and to give our Y7s the chance to perform on stage to family and friends, showcasing the work they’ve done this year in Dance, Drama and Music. Read more
Battle of the Bands 2018 has been a huge success with three Clifton bands competing against bands from Rawmarsh, Oakwood and St Bernards. Although we lost to the outstanding Rawmarsh Y10 band ‘Shotgun in Case’, our pupils pushed themselves to new levels and have really developed their resilience as musicians.
Talented Y10 musician Alice recently took her grade 1 piano exam, achieving a distinction with an outstanding 142/150! Read more
Our annual Movement Evening takes place next week on Tuesday 24th, Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th April. The show starts at 6.30pm each night and will feature spectacular performances from our very talented dancers in Years 7-11.
The Y11 RSL Musicians have been working on their Live Performance exams since January. For this exam each pupil must plan, rehearse, perform and evaluate a 10-15 minute set made up of solos and ensemble songs. All pupils performed last week in a series of four concerts over two days, demonstrating true professionalism and excellent musicianship.
Our Y11 musicians have worked incredibly hard in preparation for their final performances and have supported each other in developing their confidence to succeed. We are now looking forward to receiving the results in the summer. Well done to all involved!
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The Y10 Drama and Dance students were invited to watch Hairspray at Sheffields’ Lyceum Theatre on Thursday 1st Feb. Some of the cast were straight out of the original London stage show, so we knew it was going to be a good one. We arrived in plenty of time for ice creams and minstrels (that was just Mrs Bittles-Kincaid).
Hairspray certainly had all the energy and buzz expected of a Broadway show. Some of our girls got very excited when Seeweed threw out some of his amazing shapes on stage. It certainly was an all singing all dancing fabulous experience celebrating the changes of times and acceptance. The show was full of vibrant colours, amazing dancing and spine tingly voices.
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