Digital Resources for Children

Whilst we are all at home Pegasus Opera Company has created some fun, interactive and creative online music and drama resources for children.  So if you are a budding performer, songwriter or singer, then check out these videos below! 

5 Stage Music and Drama Warm-UP

Aga and Amie show us how we can get involved with quick, active and fun five stage music and drama warm up to get our minds and bodies ready for the day ahead. We work in partnership with the Brixton Learning Collaborative and the The Windmill Cluster of schools in Lambeth and this content has been generously supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.   

Music Activity based on the theme of Autumn, Winter, Summer and Spring for

Key Stage 1 (4-7 year olds)  

Pegasus practitioner, Aga shows us how we can create a word bank, rhythms, lyrics and movement on the theme of Autumn, Winter, Summer and Spring. This content is suitable for Key Stage 1 children aged 4-7 years old and aligns to science and geography topics in the Key Stage 1 curriculum. We work in partnership with the Brixton Learning Collaborative and the The Windmill Cluster of schools in Lambeth and this content has been generously supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.  

Music Activity based on the theme of the rainforest for Key Stage 2 (7-11 year olds)

Pegasus practitioner, Aga shows us how we can create a word bank, rhythms, lyrics and movement on the theme of the rainforest. This content is suitable for Key Stage 2 children aged 7-11 years old and aligns to science and geography topics in the Key Stage 2 curriculum. We work in partnership with the Brixton Learning Collaborative and the The Windmill Cluster of schools in Lambeth and this content has been generously supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.  

Pegasus Opera Company folk song 'John Kanaka' to warm up your voices and bodies.

Aga from Pegasus Opera Company teaches us a folk song from the South Sea Islands called John Kanaka. Join in with the singing, signing and the rhythms! This song was sung by seafaring workers to rhythmically accompany the work they are doing aboard ship. As a matter of fact, this one is known as a "halyard shanty" meaning that it was often sung by the sailors hoisting the biggest sails – very hard work indeed."John Kanaka" originates in the South Sea Islands including Hawaii and Polynesia, between there and Australia and New Zealand. The word "kanaka" in some Polynesian tongues means "man" and is how aboriginal peoples of the islands refer to themselves. This video was made in association with Brixton Learning Collaborative and Windmill Cluster of schools and generously supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.  

Pegasus Opera Company Brixton Market poetry drama activity for 7-11 year olds 

Pegasus Opera Company shows us how we can create a sensory poem using our five senses, sound, smell, touch, hearing and taste. Amie demonstrates how we can build a poem using descriptive language, actions and performance. This content is suitable for Key Stage 2 children aged 7-11 years old and aligns to the Literacy and Geography curriculum. Pegasus Opera Company have created this video in association with the Brixton Learning Collaborative and Windmill Cluster of schools. This programme has been generously supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

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