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Issue 44: The Shepherd, the Sheep and the Wolves (year 3)

“They’re a bit unsettled today” said the class teacher at lunch time. I recognised the concealed meaning in the careful phrasing. Too much wet play, too many windy days. The classroom was – shall we say “a hive of activity”? … Continue reading

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Issue 39: Tiger Xylophones

Travelling round the schools, I encounter a very varied selection of music  trolleys, music cupboards and their contents. This is why, in the boot of my car, along with a trumpet, a Lyons C clarinet, a B flat clarinet, a … Continue reading

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