Wow! This morning’s Senior School Assembly really rocked…

With the focus on good health, mind, body and spirit, although ‘The Cat in the White Shoes’ is still buzzing around in our heads, the Senior School’s resident Rapper Armand G11 also got out feet tapping and our hearts beating as he presented his own unique version of ‘When I grow up’. This was a great way to shake out any Friday morning blues and kick start the day with a bit of rapping energy courtesy of Armand. What next Armand?

 If any Senior School students would like to volunteer to perform during any future assemblies or play and/or sing whilst the school is walking in, please contact the Director of Music, Christopher Johnson on email: dirmusic@ptis.ac.th or A. Gina on email: ginar@ptis.ac.th and we will both help you to prepare for your performance and book it into the assembly calendar with A Jeff and A Dan.

Keep on being creative….and don’t forget ‘The Cat in the White Shoes’.

Change your thinking and you will change your life…..

 

Christopher Johnson

Director of Music

Prem Academy of Music

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