WOW.... what a performance!
On Friday 3rd May at 6pm the Smithdon Cluster Primaries took to the stage at Smithdon High School and performed in front of an audience consisting of Parents, Staff, Governors and Trustees as well as the Mayor of Hunstanton and the Deputy Mayor and Mayoress of Kings Lynn, and what a performance it was.
The stage came alight and the building shook to the sound of the Beatles as the children performed songs including; Twist and Shout, I Wanna Hold Your Hand and Let it be. There was dancing in the aisles as the children entertained the audience with this special gala performance to not only commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles last live performance but to bring together students and parents from across the Smithdon cluster. These events are an excellent opportunity to show future students and parents the opportunities that WNAT provide and by the sharing of resources and staff it enables the provision of an excellent education for young people across Norfolk.
The evening was a resounding success which we hope that all students, parents, guests and staff enjoyed and we look forward to seeing you all again in the future.
To view photos of the event please click on the tab opposite.
CALLING ALL BEATLES PERFORMERS AND PARENTS!
We are thrilled to hear all of the practising that's going on around Smithdon Cluster and even more thrilled to hear that parents are getting involved at home too!
Please use the mp3 file attachments at the bottom of the page to assist the children with their practise at home.
To download the lyrics to the songs please click on the links below:
All School Song Lyrics
Individual School Song Lyrics
To view the script so that you can learn your lines and see what order your songs are sung in please click on the link below:
Interested in how the rehearsals are going???
Click on the videos below to view:
We are all looking forward to seeing you all on the 3rd May, for what should be a spectacular performance.
Please keep an eye on this page for further updates and info!