This year’s holiday concert will feature EY and lower grade school with each class performing an item on stage. The theme of the show will be ‘The Greatest Gift of All’ and each class will feature in the show.
Class items will be posted on the class blogs for the children to practice at home so why not help them to sing along?
September 16th is Dot Day and as well as dotty activities and wearing dotty clothes to school we will get together to sing the dot song.
Here are the words and the actions for you to learn.
Happy dot day, dudes.
Welcome to a new year of music making here at KIS. We have many exciting things in store and many new things to learn.
Our first unit, Inspiring Individuals, a school-wide unit, takes a look at our quality learning behaviours and how they look in the music classes.
At KIS we believe that quality learning behaviours include:
Striving for understanding
Developing our passions
An inclusive and caring community
Taking ethical action.
Good morning all.
We are all working hard to get our school ready to open again. Please check the music blogs for information, activities and tasks we can complete as we continue to learn together as a community.
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With our Bangkok air-quality being a little poorer than expected these next few days we will be switching to our e-learning platform to make sure we keep up with what we are doing in the music classes.
All information, activities and tasks will be posted on the music blog which you can find in the right-hand sidebar.
Please do your best to engage with the activities and bring the completed work to me when we restart school.
I am available on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, email me and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Happy listening, and stay safe.
Welcome back to KIS and welcome to another year of music-making.
There will be instrumental units, listening units, creating units and a host of concerts and events so we have a great deal to look forward to as we start our year.
Grade information may be found on the class music blogs and general information will be posted here.
This year I intend to hold a morning class for G4 parents who would like to learn the ukulele as the G4 students are doing-I will post the information when we are ready to set up the class.
G 3 students will be learning the recorder this year while G4 will learn the ukulele and G5 the guitar.
Whilst we have enough instruments to use in the class I highly recommend that the students have their own so they can practice at home. A Yamaha recorder costs around 300 baht while a beginner guitar or a decent ukulele costs around 2,000.
I am happy to help with any advice or guidance if you require it.
Have a great year!
(The Music Man)