Earlier in the month students from The Wilnecote School participated in the school’s music concert. It was a fantastic evening that saw students from across the school performing, including some of our new Year seven students, Edith Hitchens and Rosie Reeves.
The Wilnecote School has a tradition of producing Arts Spectacular evenings and the music concert marked a break from tradition with an exciting opportunity to focus on the Music department instead. It was wonderful to be able to show-off the department which has recently been awarded Silver by Entrust, Staffordshire Music services for the quality of it’s Music provision, both curricular and extra-curricular.
The evening saw a mixture of performances including drumming by Will Rhodes, in Year 8, and Daniel Winsper, in Year 9, playing electric guitar. It also saw a blast from the past when a group of Year 8 girls performed the Spice Girl’s hit ‘Stop’.
“All of the students who performed did themselves and the school proud, as did the students from Tech Club who filmed and photographed the event.” Said Miss Julius, Leader of Learning for Drama and Music.
She continued, “Special thanks to the music department’s Mr Hyden and Mr Adams and technician Carl Savage for all the hard work they put in to make the event a success. And of course thank you to all the students who took part and their friends and family members who supported them.”
“Wow wow and wow. What a show. A massive well done to all the students, teachers and technicians that made tonight happen. The talent is fantastic. My son Jake got congratulations and hand shakes of people we don’t even know. I’m so proud of him and the support he has been shown. Here’s to the Christmas concert“