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Singstars (Y2 to 6)

WIGGINTON SINGSTARS – THE RETURN

 

After 14 months of singing videos and virtual choirs, I am delighted to be able to invite your child to take part in some in-person singstars sessions after half term. Much as I have enjoyed creating videos and working with the Virtual Singstars, I have really missed our lively in-person sessions and can’t wait to hear their lovely voices again in real life! Singing is such an uplifting activity for adults and children alike, and I am really looking forward to working with a group of Wigginton Singstars and lifting all our spirits.

                  

The sessions will be held either outside(weather permitting) or in the hall, with the singers all distanced at least 1m apart and facing in the same direction. Strict procedures will be followed to avoid “mingling” between class bubbles, and when singing inside, doors and windows will be open for maximum ventilation.

                            

Singstars sessions will take place after school on Fridays, from 3.15 to 4pm on 11th, 18th and 25th June and 2nd, 9th and 16th July.

                            

All children from Years 2-6 who enjoy singing together are welcome to take part, whether or not they have attended before. HOWEVER, numbers will have to be restricted due to government guidance and the limited space. Depending on the size of group wishing to take part, I may need to devise a rota system and split the choir into groups.

 

To enable me to plan this safely and efficiently, please fill in the google form (link below) to register your child’s interest in taking part, by Thursday 27th May. I will then confirm by Monday 7th June whether we have to split and what dates your child can attend.

 

Link to register your child: https://forms.gle/JbEXrFqnLAfb9hVp9

 

Please note, the DfE Operational Guidance for Schools states:

Where parents are using external childcare providers or out of school extra-curricular activities for their children, you should also: advise them to limit their use of multiple out-of-school settings providers, and to only use one out-of-school setting in addition to school as far as possible.  

 

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