The Shakespeare Theatre at The British School of Kuwait resonated with the sound of music and laughter as the Reception students performed their annual Movement to Music recitals this week. Over five days up to three hundred students performed their carefully choreographed pieces under the watchful eye of specialist performance instructor Ms Norah in front of an appreciative audience of parents and friends. Movement to Music plays an important role within the Reception curriculum. Not only is it great fun and good exercise, it helps children develop their spatial awareness, sense of timing, rhythm and sequencing of movements. The atmosphere was electric with anticipation and the children exceeded all expectations. Lighting and sound were professionally combined by Miss Emily McGregor and all teachers and assistants, led by Miss Heather Matthews, enjoyed a good work out. Parents, grandparents and teachers all left the auditorium swaying to the ‘Wiggly Woo’ and tapping to ‘I’m a little Tea Pot’.
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