A up beat song from the point of view of the evacuees. Suitable for Y2-Y7.
Easy but effective piano accompaniment.
We’re leaving the city to live in the country
Leaving the war behind
Arrived at the station, the family looked kind
No idea at all what we might find in the country
No idea at all what we might find
Just glad to leave the rotten war behind- Yes sir!
Looks like things gonna be just fine- Uh Huh!
Looks like things gonna be just fine - Yeah!
This specially written song contains all the main facts about the Moon Landings and some extras you might not know about.
Already road tested by KS2 pupils who love it.
It includes original mission control sound bites, a catchy chorus, piano score and professional backing track.
I do hope you like it
This songs is suitable for Y2-8. It has a haunting melody line that ends in two parts. It would be a very touching end to any assembly or performance set in WW1.
It tells of a soldier’s longing for home.
Comes with: Vocal and backing tracks as MP3 and in the original Garageband (if you wish to alter anything), lyrics and scores
This is a rhythmic song which tells of the conditions and systems in the coal mines over 100 years ago.
Suitable for Y1-8. it uses terms and phrases such as: ‘seams’, hold the line’, ‘putt’, ‘set the beams’.
The songs ends with a big explosion that has a powerful dramatic impact.
There are performance opportunities for movement and the addition of percussion.
Composed for pupils from Y2-8. This songs covers the process of building a pyramid, (as far as we know).
‘There are fifteen thousand workers, working 15 hours a day.’
‘We use the royal cubit, plumb level and right angle’
‘Each layer a little bit smaller, each layer reaches up a bit taller’
‘When he leaves the womb, there’s a waiting tomb and it doesn’t have a view’
This is a simple rousing round that explains how all types of horses were need for the war effort.
It can be sung in unison or as a round in two to four parts.
Includes score, lyrics, backing and vocal tracks.
The toe -tapping song is initially sung by the chief priest and explains his role and duties.
Suitable for Y2-Y8. Could be a stand alone song or with other songs, soon to be bundled as the musical ‘TOOT’
’I’m washed four times a day, I’m shaved and oiled and perfumed
My body’s bald, my ears are clean, I’m the most hygienic prayer machine’
This original song has a rock 'n' roll feel to it. Suitable for Y2-8, it covers the stages of pyramid design from the original piles of stones through to the mastabas, step pyramids and ends with the Great Pyramid at Giza. It is full of facts and figures, puns and potential for actions.
'They'd float the stones on boats down the Nile
They'd maybe rock'n' roll a bit but that was their style'
'Then came Cheops with his great crowd pleaser
Forty million solid slabs make up the one at Giza'