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Gateways School Early Years pupils present a Going for Gold Olympic co
Gateways School Early Years pupils present a Going for Gold Olympic concert
On the afternoon of Monday 28th May, Early Years pupils at Gateways School in Harewood presented a Going for Gold Olympic concert to parents, extended family and friends in the school’s Performing Arts Centre. The concert, which began at 2pm and lasted 45 minutes, involved around 70 children aged between 3 and 5 in the school’s Pre-Reception and Reception classes.
The children performed songs connected with various sports and activities including action songs about swimming and running as well as completing an obstacle course to music. In the second part of the concert the children performed songs and dances from around the world including a Mexican folk song, an Australian folk dance and a performance piece to Greek folk music. As a finale, the Reception children recited an Olympic poem entitled Loose and Limber.
Carol Bartle, Head of Early Years, who organised the event said: “The children decorated the performance space with bunting, flags and streamers which they made themselves. They all had a wonderful time and the audience were extremely appreciative. The purpose of the concert was to showcase all sorts of physical skills and to promote the idea of a healthy lifestyle.” Yvonne Wilkinson, Gateways School Headmistress, said: “The concert was a huge success and thoroughly enjoyed by audience and participants alike. The children presented themselves extremely well to give a very polished performance celebrating sporting prowess and the Olympic spirit.”
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