Year 3 African Drumming

Tuesday 2nd February | 5 comments
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At Farsley Farfield Primary School, Year 3 are provided with the opportunity to learn how to play African drums. These can be known as djembes or bougarabous! They have a very distinct sound and can be very loud! The sessions have focused on having a steady rhythm and a sense of beat and pulse.

This morning, Key Stage 2 were delighted to see what Year 3 had been up to. Below are four videos from this morning’s session. The first shows a video of an African tribe whilst the other three show off some of the activities and skills that Year 3 have learned! Well done everyone, you have inspired many, including the staff!

 



 

5 responses to “Year 3 African Drumming”

  1. Mr Harris says:

    Well done Year 3 (and Graham and Ms Howells)! I am sorry that I missed it.

  2. Nadine Logan & Macey's Mum says:

    Wow!! Excellent African drumming, all the children were so composed and they followed the rhythm in time with each other.
    Very enjoyable to watch and listen. Well done

  3. Becka (Izzabelle's mum) says:

    This is incredible! You should be very proud of what you have achieved!

  4. Ellen (Rhys and Erin's mum) says:

    Brilliant, hope you all it enjoyed playing too. Rhys was excited to tell me how it went today! Well done Graeme too for helping the kids learn a new skill.

  5. Nahed (Umayyahs Mum) says:

    Fantastic drumming year 3. Looks like you all enjoyed yourselves making music. well done.

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