South Hill enjoys a thriving music scene. The children are provided with many opportunities to further develop their musical skills. Over the course of the year, children perform in whole school events. South Hill boasts a popular choir, which performs regularly in the community. If you are interested in finding out more about music, please contact the school office.
Herts Music Service
We are able to offer our KS2 pupils music tuition through the Herts Music Service (chargeable). We currently have children learning the classical guitar, flute, saxophone, clarinet, trumpet, trombone and violin. For more information, see below.
Do you want to learn how to play the trumpet? Click on the trumpet to learn more!
Do you want to learn how to play the flute, clarinet or saxophone? See video to learn more!
Keyboard lessons are available every week on Thursdays from Chris Collier. The children have the opportunity to perform in several concerts over the course of the year. Please contact the office for more information.
Choir is open to any pupils in Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6). It takes place on Tuesdays in the Hall at 8am sharp! It finishes at 8.30 am when the Choir members then have a chance to eat a healthy snack in the atrium before beginning school at 8.40 am
Choir members come because they love to sing and starting the day with singing is a great way to begin! We enjoy singing action songs, singing games and learn new songs. We perform at the summer fair, the Christmas Fair, the school Carol Service and other community events during the year. Please see Mrs Toms for more information. See the Choir Permission letter.
Here are some lovely comments we have received about the school choir:
‘Congratulations on the wonderful performance.’
‘They were so engaged, in full voice and we were all very impressed that we could hear every word.’
‘It was my privilege to be at South Hill Centre when your choir came to sing to us.'
‘The choir were brilliant! A huge thank you to the teachers involved and of course the choir, all so very well behaved and a credit to your school.’