19 members Of our school choir attended the Royal Albert Hall to participate in the Hertfordshire Schools’ Gala. They performed alongside hundreds of other Hertfordshire school children, singing songs composed by Will Todd and accompanied by Michael Rosen.
Alongside their rehearsals at school, the children also dedicated their own time to learning the songs. They were impeccably behaved and wonderful ambassadors for Round Diamond School. We were very proud to accompany them.
Mrs Bacon and Mrs Phillips
Muddy Mayhem for RD Staff
On Saturday 18th March, A group of staff took part in the Muddy Mayhem event at Knebworth House in support of Garden House Hospice. The group took on the muddy assault course and all finished with smiles on their faces.
8 pupils represented the school at the Hertfordshire County Dance Festival at The Alban Arena in St Albans.
Th children performed a dance based around the theme of 'Read all about it' and used the idea of a lonely hearts advert.
All the children had had a great time and thank you to all the adults who contributed to the experience for the children
Hertfordshire Schools' County Dance Festival Dress Rehearsal - Sunday 5th February 2017
6 Children attended the dress rehearsal, at Beaumont School in St. Albans, for the Hertfordshire Schools County Dance Festival which take place in March.
The children performed their dance to the panel to give a sneak peek of what we have choreographed so far. We received some great feedback and next steps to work on and despite being really nervous, they performed superbly. The children also got he opportunity to watch other schools perform, showing outstanding behaviour and appreciation of the different dance forms they saw.
Thank you to all the parents who transported the children to and from St Albans.
Halfords 'Gear Up' Visit.
20 members of Year 6 were visited by bike technicians from Halfords who spoke to the children about looking after and maintaining their bikes. The group were shown how to change a tyre, repair a puncture, replace a chain and wash their bikes correctly. It was a vital, informative session as many of the Y6 will be cycling to and from secondary school in September.