Spring Chicken – School Recordings

spring chicken

This morning I received an email from Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park informing me that the park was once again open to visitors from Saturday 16th February 2019.   Having visited the park before with my 6 year old daughter, this information arrived in good time to allow me to think of ideas for half term – I can assume this is why the email was sent out today!  Naturally, a key feature of the new season is of course the ewes being read to start lambing, which apparently happens from February 16th – April 28th.

If you would like to visit Cotswold Farm Park then you can find all the necessary information on their website.

New Beginnings

Spring is a time of new beginnings and preparing for the year ahead.   Walking around the Wiltshire countryside, already I’m starting to see new growth and the return of the bright greens which you only seem to get in Spring.  Despite it only being a week or so since large parts of the UK were under snow, as I write this blog the sun is shining, the sky is blue and new shoots are emerging in the garden.

Recording Easter Songs

The spring term is fast becoming a very popular time for Primary Schools in particular, to record a CD.  We have already taken on a number of bookings towards the end of March and still have plenty of available dates for schools still considering the idea of recording a CD or digital album.

Some of the songs which schools like to record at this time of year include:

  • Spring Chicken
  • When I Grow up
  • Hot Cross Buns
  • We’re making pancakes
  • The seed song
  • Easter Jubilation

There are of course hundreds of songs available and a quick Google search will produce plenty of options.  Whatever you choose to record, whether to backing tracks or piano / instrumental accompaniment, Recordings 4 Schools can help you create an outstanding CD or digital album with your school.

Book a Recording

If you would like to book a recording with us then you can either fill out our contact form or give us a call on 01225 3032143

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