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Bradford Primary School’s Rock Fest a huge success

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More than 200 Kindergarten to Grade 6 students at Bradford Elementary School enjoyed a rock festival Thursday night. “I love it because I love hearing the music flow through me,” said Zoey, a third-grader at Bradford Elementary School. “It’s like my creativity is coming back to life.” Bradford is the first elementary school in the state to adopt the “Little Kids Rock” curriculum based on keyboard, guitar, bass, drums and ukulele. “We learn most of our musical concepts and most of our musical standards while rocking together and making music together,” said Heidi Allen, music teacher at Bradford Elementary School. perform in front of their families.”I can be in front of a ton of people and my mom and dad and they see how good I can be,” Austin, a third-grade student at Bradford Elementary School said. I had a really fun time and I’m really, really excited for tonight,” said David, a sixth-grade student at Bradford Elementary School. A lot of kids are learning an instrument for the first time. “It’s fun to do when you’re learning new strings. But it can also be irritating at the same time,” said Landen, a sixth-grade student at Bradford Primary School. “They treat me like royalty because I’m the only bass player, so if i mess up a rope they are like s i was ok, you will do better next time. Shake it, said Kyra, a fourth year student at Bradford Primary School. They learned to play classic rock songs and newer songs that they chose themselves. age too,” Kyra said. “Everybody’s going out tonight and celebrating that we’re having a picnic, and you can just feel the support from all these kids, and they really think they’re rock stars, because they are,” said Allen said.

More than 200 Kindergarten to Grade 6 students at Bradford Elementary School attended a rock festival Thursday night.

“I love it because I love hearing the music flow through me,” said Zoey, a third-grader at Bradford Elementary School. “It’s like my creativity coming back to life.”

Bradford is the first elementary school in the state to adopt the “Little Kids Rock” curriculum based on keyboard, guitar, bass, drums and ukulele.

“We learn most of our musical concepts and most of our musical standards while rocking together and making music together, said Heidi Allen, music teacher at Bradford Elementary School.

The students were delighted to perform in front of their families.

“I can be in front of a ton of people and my mom and my dad and they can see how good I can be,” said Austin, a third grader at Bradford Elementary School.

“I really enjoyed myself and I’m really excited for tonight,” said David, a sixth form pupil at Bradford Primary School.

Many children are learning an instrument for the first time.

“It’s fun to do when you’re learning new ropes. But it can also be irritating at the same time,” said Landen, a sixth-grader at Bradford Elementary School.

“They treat me like royalty because I’m the only bass player, so if I mess up a string they say it’s okay, you’ll do better next time. Shake it up,” fourth-grade student Kyra said. at Bradford Primary School.

They learned to play classic rock songs and newer songs that they chose themselves.

“I love that we’re doing this because then you learn a song and when you’re older you’re like, ‘Ah, I did that song when I was their age too,'” Kyra said. .

“Everybody’s going out tonight and celebrating that we’re having a picnic, and you can just feel the support from all these kids, and they really think they’re rock stars, because they are,” said Allen said.