A good school’s purpose should not only be that your children will learn maths, chemistry, history and other such essentials.
In my opinion, waking your children’s interest in fields such as music and the arts should be equally important.
This is because those areas can well play a big role in your children’s life later on. I always think that it is saddening how our children’s potentials, interests and passions are often ignored in most of our schools.
When I look at my friends and neighbours, I can see that music plays a big role in a good number of families. Some of their children enjoy playing an instrument while some like singing or dancing. It should not happen that your children have such a passion and their school doesn’t support it.
This is why I always recommend that you never make your decision about your children’s school in a hurry. From my experience, schools can differ greatly when we’re looking at those things such as sports, music or arts. Be aware that your children will likely spend many years with a particular school. This is not something where you should make compromises when you want the best education for them. In some cases, a private school, even if it costs as compared to a public school could be a much better option.
Are you living in the Hertfordshire area and would like to know about a recommended school children? See private school in Hertfordshire if you want to learn more what great education options are available through children today.
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If you’re still looking for some Glastonbury festival tickets, I have a tip for you! How about some free tickets?
The Guardian has a sweepstakes going on where they give away a bunch of free tickets for UK residents!
All you need to do for entering the contest is signing up at the Guardian for a free account. Check out the website at http://www.theguardian.com/music/2015/apr/20/glastonbury-2015-win-festival-tickets
The contest is still going till next Sunday, 26 April. They will select ten random winners for the tickets. So check it out!
If you hurry you can still get tickets for this years’s Christmal Festival at the Royal Albert Hall.
The festival starts this Monday, December 22 and will go ’til Wednesday.
On their site I linked you can find the complete program with all the events going on on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
So if you’re still looking to get into the Christmas spirit, get your Christmas Festival tickets now and enjoy wonderful Christmas carols and lots of more Christmas joy and dance!
If you don’t know them yet, great surprise music and flash mob performances, this is what the singing waiters are known for. The entertainers from London UK can be booked for wedding receptions, parties and corporate events.
What makes the singing waiters special and sets them apart from other wedding musicians and surprise entertainers is that they are professionally trained with many of them having attended renowned British music schools and theatres.
This makes the singing waiters a great choice for light entertainment but also for events where you’d like high quality classical musical entertainment.
If you plan an impressive corporate event, a wedding reception or simply a big crazy party, book the singing waiters for the best in musical event entertainment you can get today!
Bob Geldof and Midge Ure revealed that some of today’s biggest singers and musicians will be part of Band Aid 30 which aims to help raise money to fight the spread of Ebola in West Africa.
The two intend to give the song Do They Know It’s Christmas a new makeover for 2014, three decades after the first band aid project successfully raised millions for charity.
The new project, Band Aid 30, will have some of the biggest stars of today. Proceeds from the sale of the new version will go to help combat the spread of the Ebola virus.
The stars revealed that the song’s lyrics have been changed slightly as to accommodate the new charity for the fight against the disease.
As was the case with the previous Band Aid charity, the UK government will likely waive VAT for the sales of the single.