Music & Drama news


Primary Christmas Productions 2018

Key Stage 2 performed some fantastic Christmas Productions at the end of the term. Year 3 and 4 danced and sang beautifully with their performance of Lights, Camel, Action while Year 5 and 6 performed the classic tale of Bah Humbug with some great acting and singing. Many thanks to parents, staff and children to bring both productions to a sensational outcome!



Secondary Musical visit to Theatre Cuyas

Africa: energy, tradition and good music! These were the ingredients our students from Y7, 8 and 9 enjoyed as part of their Music curriculum, in an unforgettable concert at Cuyás Theatre, on Friday 11th of May.

The Senegalese music group Djilandiang offered an amazing show full of knowledge about African culture.

Our students had studied their Music in preparation for the concert. They could sing, play and dance along to the exotic percussion based music and traditional singing.

This was ‘Teranga, the heritage of the Giots from Senegal’.


Primary Choir Concert

On 10th May, at the Holy Trinity Church, we celebrated the annual choir concert performed by Oakley College and Canterbury school, providing the opportunity yet again, to see our children singing and enjoying this wonderful event.

This year our Primary choir performed three songs accompanied on the piano by Miss Sun and on the violin by Miss Claire. Both of whom we would like to thanks sincerely for their support. The music pieces were ‘Colours of the Wind’ from the movie Pocahontas, ‘I See Fire’ by Ed Sheeran and the American folk song ‘Bring Me Little Water Sylvie’. Our students sang three voices choral pieces playing body percussion at the same time! As always our students made our community of students, parents and staff very proud. Congratulations!

Miss Ylenia

Singing Round The World Programme 2018


Secondary Choir

On Friday 04th May, our Oakley College Youth Choir took part in a Concert, along with 6 other choirs from local music schools, in the village of Moya. I am very proud to say that their performance was fantastic. Their behaviour was a credit to the school, both on and off the stage. Our students sang three songs: “Viva la Vida” by Coldplay; “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran; and  “Bring Me Little Water Silvye”, an American folk song accompanied by body percussion. I would like to give special thanks to Miss Claire for accompanying the performance on the violin, to Miss Anne for all of her support and to the families of the choir students for their support during this important time.
Miss Ylenia

Cajita de Pandora

On the 9th March, the Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 students enjoyed a puppet show at the Teatro Guiniguada with the theatre group “Bolina de Pandora”.

They were able to enjoy a different and entertaining morning with their classmates outside of school.

We appreciate the company of the parents who have supported us on this trip.

Miss Natalia and Miss Rita

International Women´s Day

Miss Ylenia and friends celebrate International Women´s Day in a special concert celebrating Women Musical Artists


Photos: Videocurioseando / Jesús Pérez Sosa


Black Theatre

The theater group at Oakley College showed us this original way of doing a performance with the lights off.

We hope you enjoy the video of the show if you did not have the chance to see it live.


Oakley College Primary Choir – Triana 2017

Dear families,
On Saturday 2nd of December we had the opportunity to see our Oakley Primary Choir performing in the ‘Christmas Children´s Event’ in Triana, presented by the famous Rafaelito ‘el Payaso’.
Our choir was one of five schools chosen and the experience of meeting the other children and singing in a real stage with the lights, TV cameras recording and microphones around made it a fun evening for all.
The Primary Choir sang four Christmas themed songs, accompanied on the piano by Mr. Jono and on the clarinet by Laura Quesada, from Y11.
Our students were, as always, very professional on stage and I feel very proud of their performance and behaviour!
Thanks to all of you who came to see the Choir and thanks also to the parents in supporting their children´s education outside the school timetable.



On May 29th children from our activity theatre group performed a play based on a story by the Canarian children´s author Pepa Aurora. The performance was called “The history of a flower” and it explained the birth of the islands. The children did a fantastic job presenting the story and thoroughly enjoyed  preparing for their roles!! Congratulations!!

More photos here.

Video with the performance here.