How Do We Make Music?

Recently the class A has just completed a unit on musical instruments from around the world, and learning about the multitude of ways we can make music.
To conclude our class, students chose to display their skills by playing musical instruments; we featured digital technologies and traditional instruments from China, such as the Erhu.

Students were proud to showcase their skills. We value creativity and expression in the IEP, and music plays an important role. Next academic year we will be incorporating regular weekly music lessons into the IEP as another means to learn language, this will be a great added value to an already dynamic language programme.

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