HONOURS We have passed exams in playing instruments. Singing Echoes from London was really special.
MINERVA SCIENTIFICA PROJECT Echoes from London, June 2019
We went on a trip to the Science Museum to see a show called “It takes Guts”. We learnt about the digestive system, made poo and a digestive system and looked inside the stomach and the large intestine at the show.
Sometimes we do scientific art work.
Title: The Hertha Ayrton Song Scientist: HERTHA AYRTON Composed by: Stroud Green Primary School Year 4 Written in: 2019 For: mixed voices Performed by: the composers with Herbie Clarke, guitar and Dr Patricia Fara, speaker First Performed: Stroud Green Festival, June 13th 2019
We wrote a song about Hertha Ayrton and we enjoyed singing it and that everyone took part. Each group wrote a verse. It was fun to write a song! Please join in!
CHORUS Her name is Sarah Marks or Hertha Ayrton, Physics, maths and engineering In all domains she was pioneering Her mother a seamstress her father long dead From penniless immigrant to famous inventor Hertha Ayrton
Verse 1 – The Electric Arc Verse 2 – She was a Suffragette Verse 3 – Hertha’s Friends Verse 4 – World War 1
Almost everyone in Year 4 plays an instrument. We have whole class sessions every week on cello, clarinet or trumpet and we sing with our teachers. Some of us play other instruments too – like the electric guitar, piano, violin and banjo.
Hertha Ayrton was an electrical engineer and physicist and inventor. She’s inspiring because she was a suffragette and made a flapper fan to stop gas in the trenches. She also made improvements to the electric arc. She always tried hard and never gave up.