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Recorder Festival 2022


Children from KS2 took part in the Recorder Festival at the Victoria Hall on 30th March. We played alongside hundreds of other children from schools around the city. It was the first concert for many of our children so they felt pretty nervous before the event. Luckily, they had a lovely time and thoroughly enjoyed the event, especially seeing Anna Bradburn playing the elody (a really cool electric recorder that can even sound like a guitar!). We are really excited about going back next year where we plan to play a solo! Thank you to all the parents and carers who managed to come along to support us.

Tree Planting Ceremony to

Celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee


Children from Sutherland Primary joined the Lord-Lieutenant of Staffordshire and the Lord Mayor of Stoke-on-Trent and local councillors at Conewood Place on Tuesday 29th March to participate in a ceremony to honour Queen Elizabeth II in her Platinum Jubilee year. The children sang the National Anthem and then went on to plant 100 trees alongside the Lord Mayor and other dignitaries. They were perfect ambassadors for Sutherland Primary Academy and we were honoured to be part of such a fantastic project.


Summer Term Extra-Curricular Clubs


DayClubFinish Time:
Tuesday4,5,6 Performing Arts Club4:30pm
Wednesday1,2,3 Performing Arts Club4:15pm
ThursdayRecorder Club4:15pm


Instrumental Lessons at Sutherland Primary Academy


Please ensure children have their instruments in school for their lessons. 

Mrs Sproston (Woodwind - Clarinet, Flute and Saxophone)Monday
Mrs McDonald (Brass - Trumpet and Trombone)Monday
Mr Burr - GuitarMonday
Mrs Hollingshurst (String - Violin)Tuesday


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