Perseverance on the piano!

Aaliyah in year 4 decided to feature herself playing the piano as part of her perseverance homework.
Aaliyah is showing us all here that with perseverance, plenty of practise and the determination to keep trying, you can achieve anything.
It is wonderful to see you playing the piano at home Aaliyah.
We can’t wait for in person assemblies again so that you can play the pianon for us at school!

The Young Songwriter 2021 Competition

Calling all Rushall children ages 8-11 who love to sing!

Do you enjoy singing other people’s song that you love?

Do you fancy having a go at writing your own songs?

The Song Academy Young Songwriter 2021 Competition #SAYS2021 is open for entries until March 31st 2021.

This is a great opportunity for all of you who are musical and creative. The competition is for 8-18 year olds, so only children at Rushall in Year 3 and above and aged 8-11 are allowed to take part if they would like to.

There are some great prizes available, including a recording studio session and musical equipment worth £1,000. You will also have the chance to be heard and connect with young songwriters worldwide.

If you would like to enter this exciting competition, visit the website for tips on songwriting and more information.

Walsall Music Hub presents ‘Music competition online’

This is a very exciting opporunity for all musicians and singers at Rushall!

Walsall Music Hub are very pleased to announce the launch of their first online music competition for all.

At the bottom of this blog post, you will see a flyer with all of the details about the competition. You can also visit Walsall Music Hub’s website, which features full details of the event.

There are no age restrictions or categories and the age of the student will be taken into consideration during the judging.

We hope that all of our current and aspiring musicians at Rushall feel confident to enter. This is a great chance to showcase your talents and entertain others during this difficult time.

So, without any further ado, let the entries commence….