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Primary Workshops for Schools

Junk Percussion Workshop

Our Junk Percussion workshop is a wonderful way for children to learn to question whether an item is ‘rubbish’ or ‘reusable’ whilst pushing the limits of music and rhythm to another level. After being introduced to the instruments, the children will have fantastic fun playing them whilst gaining valuable experience of working as a team and learning how old pots, pans, brushes and boxes can all be recycled to form a “Junk” orchestra.

The junk nature of the instruments will give children the freedom to express themselves, not to mention a great sense of achievement. A Junk Percussion Workshop will make children look at the objects around them in a very different light and they will see that rhythm is everywhere!

The Junk Percussion Workshops from Primary Workshops for Schools links to a number of curriculum subjects such as Science, Art, Music and Design Technology and is also popular during Arts Week.

For more information on our Junk Percussion Workshop, give us a call on 01536 265432 or email us on [email protected].

Workshop Performance

Workshop & Performance

Workshop Sessions:

Up to 8 sessions

A typical workshop commences with an assembly during which our percussionist will demonstrate how junk can actually be used to create rhythm. In a full day, our workshop can consist of up to 8 sessions which culminate in an engaging performance at the end allowing the children to deliver their rhythmical compositions.

Workshop in Action

School children playing musical instruments made out of bottles
Teacher demonstrating how to play musical instruments made out of bottles Teacher demonstrating how to play musical instruments made out of bins School children playing musical instruments made out of different objects School children playing musical instruments made out of household objects Teach demonstrating how to play musical instruments made out of different objects School children playing music on large empty bottles School children playing music on large colourful empty bins School children playing music on large empty buckets School children playing music on large colourful empty bins School children playing music on large colourful empty bins School children and teacher playing music on large colourful empty bins and bottles School children playing music on recycled household items School children playing music on recycled empty bottles School children playing music on recycled household items School children playing music on recycled tin cans School children playing music on recycles household items Teacher demonstrating to school children how to play Samba drums
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National Curriculum Links

EYFS

  • Communication
  • Language Development
  • Physical Development
  • Personal, Social & Emotional
  • Expressive Arts

KS1

  • Playing Instruments
  • Experiment with sound
  • Combine sounds
  • Co-ordination

KS2 (3/4)

  • Control
  • Expression
  • Attention to detail

KS2 (5/6)

  • Flexibility
  • Control
  • Improvisation

Please note; EYFS taken from EYFS Framework. KS1/KS2 taken from National Curriculum Framework.

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Primary Workshops for Schools Ltd
9 Earlstrees Court
Corby
Northants, NN17 4AX

01536 265432

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