The Bee Musical
By Niki Davies and Emma Davies
This musical highlights, in a humorous and entertaining way, how fascinating bees are and their importance in global food production.
Grumble Bee is very unhappy! She longs for fame and fortune and doesn’t see her life as a bee as interesting or important. But together with Mr Waxworth, the beekeeper, and the hive of bees, Grumble Bee learns to see how important it is being a bee, and that it is, in fact, “quite a responsibility”.
Coming April 2017
By Sue and Paul Langwade
A KS2 musical, perfect for end of year performances.
Imagine the scene…In the pretty, alpine village of Stumbledorf - (just a short ‘trip’ away)- the overdramatic villagers await a hero to rescue them from the mythical creature whose presence overshadows their otherwise idyllic mountain home (and, even worse, dramatically depletes their food supplies.) Just in the nick of time - seemingly in fulfilment of an ancient prophecy given by three wizened old crones - Tommy Rumble and his fiercesome mother stumble into Stumbledorf, causing great excitement. Could Tommy finally be the answer to the village’s problems? Can he get fit in time to fight the dragon or will jealousy and mischief thwart his heroic exploits? Has the dragon really developed a taste for goats or is it just a social media feeding frenzy? Is the ominous rumbling something to be feared or just the result of Villager 2 having a hot curry? Will the village ever be free of its Dragon Days?….There’s only one way to find out…
Coming April 2017
We are delighted to be supporting Red Nose Day 2017 once again. Mark and Helen Johnson have come together with Andy Harsant to produce the irresistibly catchy song 'Put A Nose On It', which we know you will all love. Click here to download the song, and watch the video - then get fundraising and have heaps of fun at the same time!
Witness how the various post-Roman invaders jostled for power, then divided Angle Land into kingdoms and eventually settled down to become The Anglo-Saxons; take part in a dramatic presentation of the story of Beowulf The Brave; act out King Alfred’s burning of the cakes and learn all about life as an Anglo-Saxon.Includes three fantastic songs, recorder music for That's The Order Here!, four pages of cross-curricular ideas and extension work, and a class assembly script. There’s even the opportunity to choreograph short dances for the Beowulf instrumental sections.
The Stone, Bronze & Iron Ages
By Mary Green & Julie Stanley
In this production, three groups of archaeology students are on hand to guide you through the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages, uncovering all sorts
of fascinating information as they try to piece together the prehistory jigsaw puzzle. You will be transported back to meet mammoth hunters and witness amazing discoveries, as well as take part in a dramatic retelling of the discovery of the prehistoric settlement at Skara Brae.
Includes three fantastic songs, recorder music for Build A Fort, percussion ideas for There's No Smoke Without Fire, four pages of cross-curricular ideas and extension work, and a class assembly script.
Book and Enhanced Audio CD with Words on Screen™ v2 £16.95
I Love Music
By leading children's writers
I Love Music is fabulous collection of songs that give teachers everything they need to deliver a music lesson with confidence. Explore dyanamics and tempo with The Mouse And The Giant; learn all about major and minor with The King's Feelings and build different layers of rhythms in I Can Play and March To The Beat. You’ll pick up some fantastic facts about music all through the joy of singing, as well as practical music-making ideas for each song. A wonderful selection of songs that show just how much Music Matters!
All songs are written specifically for children aged 4-8 with helpful musical extension ideas.
Book, Audio CD & Words on Screen™ v2 CD ROM £37.95
Book & Audio CD £19.95