Menu

Temporary Closure Information

Thank you for visiting our website. Latest information on wider opening arrangements can be found on the third link below - 'Videos and Latest News on the current situation'

Please click on the links below to go directly the relevant pages. Alternatively click 'close' to search our website

All current online learning Daily online worships Videos and latest news on the current situation Support with SEND

Sir Henry Fermor Church of England Primary School

Google Translate

Google Translate

Home Page

Sir Henry Fermor

Church of England Primary School

Tel: 01892 652405

Content Slideshow

Music

Home learning for week commencing 6th July 2020

Top 10 Australian Kids Songs

Listen to a selection of traditional Australian folk songs.

Questions to ask after you have listened to some of the songs:

Did you like them? What did you like about them?

What instruments can you hear? What voices can you hear? 

Main activity:

Encourage the children to join in with the song and encourage them to keep the pulse with clapping. Add actions for each song. 

Perform the song with your actions to someone in your house or classroom.  

Home learning for week commencing 22nd June 2020

Kookaburra Sits In The Old Gum Tree

Activity this week 

"Kookaburra" song is a popular Australian nursery rhyme. You may have already heard it before? Listen to the song.

Questions to ask after you have listened to the song:

Did you like it? What did you like about it?

What instruments can you hear? What voices can you hear? 

Main activity:

Afterwards sing along to the song while you are singing clap only on the word 'laugh'. Then stamp your foot on the word 'Kookaburra.'  

Your turn now: Create different actions for each line.

Perform the song with your actions to someone in your house or classroom.  

Home learning for week commencing 8th June 2020

Listen to the National anthem of Australia

Activity Week 2

Listen to the National Anthem of Australia. Sing along to the song.

 

Questions to ask after you have listened to the song:

Did you like it? What did you like about it?

 

Main activity to discuss with your partner, parent or someone in your house:

 What instruments did you hear?

What voice did you hear men singing or women?

What about the tempo- did it get faster or slower? When? 

Try and clap the beat of the national anthem.

Perform the song- Sing along and clap along to the song. 

Home learning for week commencing 11th May 2020

African Drumming for Kids, With Pots and Pans: Kuku

Learn to play the djembe rhythm Kuku with the pots and pans you have at your house!

Activity Week 4 

Follow the video. Collect pans and pots from your own kitchen to make your own drums. Can you create a rhythm in an African style? Write down on a piece of  piece of paper your own composition and say where you are hitting your drum harder or softer. 

Could you add some words to your piece?

 

Home learning for week commencing 20th April 2020

Five Minute Drum Lesson - African Drumming: Lesson 1: The Djembe

Top