Tuguldur and Misheel played a game called shagai. Shagai is a Mongolian game where you have to flick a bone to a bone that looks the same and it has to not touch any other bone except for the bone you’re aiming for. There are four different animals on the bone. Its sheep, camel, horse and goat.
By Alex Plesca & Darragh O’Brien
The St. Louis choir treated the parents to their end of year performance. It was clear how much work the pupils and all of the choir teachers put in throughout the year.
Lots of pupils auditioned to be a part of the platform concert this year. Some people made it through the auditions and onto the stage.
Well done to all who auditioned and all who took part.
The pupils were treated to a music concert in Halla Cullen today. We heard lovely pieces of music from the junior orchestra.
we heard solo and group pieces too. The pupils used different instruments to create their sound.
It was great fun!
We were all treated to some lovely music in Halla Cullen today from a brass quintet. They spoke about and played their instruments. It was super fun.
Room 15 pupil Jiali treated the pupils in Room 15 to a musical performance this week.
She was playing the guzheng which is a traditional instrument from Asia and it sounded fantastic.
Thank you so much Jiali.
The music department and orchestra put on a concert to showcase the musical talent in St. Louis SPS.
It was a super night – Well done everyone!
The Army band came to visit St. Louis and all of the pupils went to Halla Cullen to learn about the different instruments and hear lots of super music from the band.
It was great to learn so much about the different instruments.
Graffiti Classics music company came to St. Louis and played their classical instruments.
They were playing lots of fun games and activities involving music and classical instruments.
It was great fun.
Room 14 were busy creating musical compositions based around the theme of winter. We recorded ourselves performing and were able to see how we looked and sounded when we watched it back. We were also able to identify the things we would improve on or things we liked about our performance. This was really useful for our big performance when Ms. Clerkin’s 2nd class from Room 1 came to watch us. They were the perfect audience!