Tag: Low Road Primary School

The Music Federation welcomes The Queen’s Baton

On Tuesday 12 July 2022, pupils from Low Road and Windmill Music Federation were honoured to perform at Leeds Millennium Square as part of the Queen’s Baton Relay. After travelling around the Commonwealth, the Baton is now on its final journey around the country leading up to the opening ceremony

Music Federation and Hunslet TARA join forces against litter

Music Federation staff and families have joined forces with Hunslet TARA (Tenants and Residents Association) to help clean up the local environment. Low Road and Windmill Music Federation School council identified the need for keeping the school and local community environments clean and tidy. Understanding that it’s not just the look,

Inspirational Educator Award for Belle Isle Headteacher

Andy Gamble, the Executive Headteacher of the Low Road and Windmill Music Federation has been recognised as an ‘Inspirational Educator for Music Education’ by the Worshipful Company of Educators. Andy received the prestigious national award at a black-tie ceremony at the Plaisterers Hall in the City of London at the

Music Federation pupils help railway mark Queen’s Jubilee

The Middleton Railway has commemorated the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee today (25 May 2022) by planting a tree at its Moor Road headquarters. Children from Windmill Primary and Low Road Primary schools ceremonially planted the tree in front of the railway’s “Engine House” building, witnessed by local councillors, volunteers and supporters.

Class Dynamix shows Belle Isle’s Got Talent!

Pupils from Music Federation schools in South Leeds (Windmill and Low Road Primaries) became prime time stars when they appeared on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent on Saturday (25 April 2020). We spoke to Danny Gough, the founder of Class Dynamix to find out how children from Belle Isle and Hunslet

In Harmony Opera North welcomes new corporate ambassador

“Because we’re from Belle Isle lots of people don’t expect a lot from us, but because we have been given this opportunity, people see us in a different light” – Helen, pupil at Windmill Primary School International law firm Pinsent Masons has announced that it will be supporting Opera North’s

South Leeds schoolchildren take part in Opera North’s Big Sing

Over 1,000 Yorkshire schoolchildren, including pupils from Low Road and New Bewerley primary schools, will be treading the boards over the next few weeks as they appear in the first ever performances of a new piece by Will Todd, one of the UK’s leading contemporary composers. Wonderland Restored was inspired

Young musicians from Hunslet to perform world premiere in Liverpool

Over 20 young musicians from Low Road Primary School in Hunslet are preparing to perform the world premiere of a new composition at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall this Sunday (10 March 2019) in a concert which will also feature the inspirational 2016 BBC Young Musician of the Year Sheku Kanneh-Mason. The