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Church Lane, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN5 7EZ


Barnburgh Primary School

Learning to shine together


KS2 Choir

Welcome to the KS2 choir page where the songs that we are currently learning will be shared to help you rehearse at home. 

Singing can help convey so many emotions - love, friendship, laughter, sadness, hope, empowerment plus many more. Through singing, children can express themselves. In the choir, we foster a sense of belonging - there are no wrong notes, just notes we have yet to learn. 

KS2 choir rehearsals will take place every Thursday from 3-4pm in the hall. Children will receive a letter about how to sign up for the choir next week. 

What does a choir do?

A choir is a group of people who have a shared interest in singing and come together to sing songs. 

What types of songs will the choir be singing?

The choir will be singing a range of songs including pop, rock, traditional, soul, songs from the musicals and many more! We will also sing some songs where different groups of children sing different parts. 

What do I need to bring to choir?

Just yourself! Although it is recommended that you bring a water bottle, singing can be thirsty work. 

Barnburgh Carnival

We are very excited to have been invited to sing at the Barnburgh Carnival on Saturday 11th June - children will receive letters about the arrangements for carnival nearer the time. The theme this year is the Queen's platinum jubilee celebrating 70 years on the throne.  We will be singing some of the Queen's favourite songs as well as songs that celebrate a love of singing and empowerment. 

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Sing - with lyrics - This song was written by Andrew LLoyd Webber and Gary Barlow for the Queen's diamond jubilee and it is still one of the Queen's favourite songs. 

Sing - instrumental version

Touch the Sky - with lyrics - This song is from the film Brave- it is about believing that nothing can stop you and that you can really do anything you put your mind to. 

Touch the Sky - instrumental version

Make Your Own Kind of Music - This song is by Paloma Faith. It is about not letting anyone put you down and that it is ok to be yourself - not everyone has to be the same. 

As Long As I Have Music - This song is about no matter how bad things may seem, there are always brighter days ahead - as long as you have music. 

White Cliffs of Dover - Another of the Queen's favourite songs. 

Rhythm of Life - Although we won't be learning this song to sing at the Carnival, we will be learning this one over the coming months.