Concert Videos

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Posted by matta | Posted in Music | Posted on June 21, 2016

Today some 1/2A & M students had their instrument concerts. Students performed on the keyboard, guitar and violin.

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Videos from the performance can be found in the following link.

Volunteers wanted for Bell Biennale

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Posted by Chelsea Kneale | Posted in Art and Craft, Music | Posted on April 24, 2015

Hi parents, guardians and friends of Bell PS,

Below are a series of jobs essential to making the Bell Biennale Arts Festival (Our Asian Neighbours) a successful experience for the students and audience. Each job has a link to volunteer spot where you can simply sign up with your email address (no password required) and view the job. As they say ‘many hands make light work’. It’s now getting to the pointy end of the organisation and preparation phase of the Biennale and Chelsea and I are in desperate need of your help. Please have a look at the jobs listed below and see what you can do. Chelsea and I would like to thank those who have already dedicated your time and skills to helping us out. The support of the parent community is what makes working at Bell PS so special.

Art Work display set up

http://vols.pt/bkidv4

5/6 costumes

http://vols.pt/Vhccxv

Creating a comment book

http://vols.pt/oUHdzg

Cutting Eyes Out Of Masks

http://vols.pt/oLhrGA

Cutting up tickets and delivering them

http://vols.pt/YrAu1S

Decorating and preparing the performance space (Music Room)

http://vols.pt/rg3x2E

Taking down displays

http://vols.pt/uY3gvk

Thank you,

Andrew and Chelsea

Parent Volunteers Wanted

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Posted by Chelsea Kneale | Posted in Art and Craft, Music | Posted on February 20, 2015

Andrew and Chelsea are hoping to recruit some parents to form a Bell Biennale Parent Committee. If you’re passionate about the arts and want to help out with our festival in June, please click on the link for more information: http://bellpsarts.global2.vic.edu.a

Music Resumes As Normal

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Posted by Andrew Williamson | Posted in Music | Posted on September 16, 2013

Three classes of grades 1 and 2s enthusiastically participated in music today and it was great to be able to sing to a different tune. After and term and a half of “Cow On A Bus” rehearsals, the students and I were happy to sings some different song. The learning intention was based around the idea of keeping in time with the beat. All the students demonstrated that they were quite proficient when playing one of our favourite games “Rhythm Detectives”. The students loved keeping in time and singing to an all time favourite “Bananas Bananas”. Below you can see some of them dancing with their partners and singing enthusiastically at the top of their lungs.

 

  

 

 

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