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2005 Arts Headlines

Saturday, 15th October 2005
Lister Primary School
Big Arts Week 2005 Gallery

Tuesday, 20th September 2005
Dhekelia Primary School
Gallery of Dhekelia's BAW 2005

Tuesday, 20th September 2005
Slim Primary School
Big Arts Week 2005 Gallery

Tuesday, 20th September 2005
Shackleton Primary School
Big Arts Week 2005 Gallery

Thursday, 15th September 2005
Heide Primary School
Big Arts Week 2005 Gallery

Tuesday, 13th September 2005
Mountbatten Primary School
Big Arts Week 2005 Gallery

Sunday, 11th September 2005
AFNORTH International School
Big Arts Week 2005 Gallery

Thursday, 14th July 2005

The HQ SCE "Big Arts Week" Job Swap By Callum Kelly

Monday, 27th June 2005

Windsor Arts 2005 Programme Published


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Deutsche Bank Playing Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet, an Arts Review by Charlotte Coole by King's Secondary School

  ‘Romeo and Juliet' is one of Shakespeare's best and most loved plays. There have been films and books based around the true love which is shared between Romeo and Juliet. The emotive language used throughout makes it a wonderful expression of the ideas of loyalty... (read more...)

SCE Arts Award Success by The SCE Arts Projects Team

Windsor and King's Secondary Schools had a 100% success in the SCE Arts Awards Moderation on June 8th 2013. Corrie Lunghi, Arts Awards Moderator from Arts Council England moderated the files of the young people.52 students were successful, all gained Shakespeare Challenge... (read more...)

Wicked, An Arts Review By Charlotte Coole by King's Secondary School

Wicked is a truly amazing show and it tells the story of before Dorothy came to Oz; when 'Glinda, The Good Witch' and 'The Wicked Witch of the West' were simply Galinda and Elphaba, two students at Shiz University. The two are enemies at first, making the fact... (read more...)

Much Ado About Nothing, An Arts Review By Charlotte Coole by King's Secondary School

Much Ado About Nothing tells a story of love, deception, pain and wit. The performance begins with a scene from a battle, in which a criminal is captured; then, we are taken to the house of Leonato, a wealthy man and brother to sinister Don John. Don... (read more...)

Jersey Boys, An Arts Review by Charlotte Coole by King's Secondary School

Oh What A Night! The beginning number to this dream of a show and the perfect way to sum up the night I spent watching this musical. Jersey Boys is based on the rise to fame of the world famous group The Four Seasons; it tells the story... (read more...)

Windsor Arts 2005 Programme Published

: Monday, 27th June 2005

Windsor Arts 2005 Poster

Windsor Arts 2005 Poster

We would like to welcome you to the 14th Annual Windsor Arts Festival. An event to showcase the talents of pupils of all ages and an opportunity for you to share the rich diversity of pupil achievement in the creative arts.

The role of creativity in the curriculum is being actively encouraged on a national level, Following directly on from The Big Arts Week. Windsor Arts stands as demonstrable proof that creative energy and artistic achievement are already highly valued by both staff and pupils at Windsor School.

This year the Visual Art Work displayed by the Art Department in the Old Hall matches the wonderful range and quality seen in previous years. Please take a moment to enjoy the stunning achievements of our pupils.

Throughout the evening you will have the opportunity to enjoy the considerable musical talents of students as they perform in a wide variety of groups. Once again the combined achievements of the Windsor School Music Department and the Rheindahlen Music Centre are plain for all to hear! This will culminate in a joint concert with the Band of the Royal Lancers. We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to the Royal Lancers for this marvellous opportunity and for their work with and support of us in the past.

The Scottish Dancers too make a welcome return and will be performing in the Quad off the main foyer.

During this week students have had the opportunity to develop their talents alongside professional artists; poets Kat Francois and Paul Lyalls, and novelist Anthony Cropper — all first time contributors to Writer’s Week and Windsor Arts.

Throughout the evening students will be performing work produced under their expert guidance as well as work produced during the course of the year. This talent needs an audience and we would be grateful If you could spare the time to stay and appreciate the various performances.

To ensure you dont miss anything please consult the program showing the venues and approximate times.

Enjoy the evening!

Windsor Arts programme of events for 2005

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