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Catch up with our reggae pupils online

If you didn’t have a chance to see our pupils taking part in their reggae workshop last week, you can still catch up online at Mustard TV.

Watch our singing superstars in action during Part 2 of the programme (about 5 minutes in).

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HOHS pupils on Mustard TV tonight


Pupils in Years 7 and 8 enjoyed a reggae workshop in their music lesson this week with Troydon Bent, a rising singer-songwriter from Jamaica.

The class thoroughly enjoyed the workshop and the songs they produced were excellent. Mustard TV also came to the school to capture all the action – you can see the footage on tonight’s Mustard Show which is on Freeview Channel 8 at 6.15pm (repeated at 8.15pm).

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Year 9 reggae dancers make the papers

Has anyone else spotted our Year 9 girls in the Wymondham and Attleborough Mercury today?!dance-workshop-press

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Jamaican reggae artisit visits HOHS

On Tuesday our Year 9 girls enjoyed a reggae dance workshop run by Troydon Bent, a Jamaican reggae artist currently touring the UK to promote his new album.

Already a talented and well-known dancer within the Jamaican dance fraternity, he drew inspiration from his reggae heroes – Bob Marley, Gregory Isaacs, Gyptian and Jah Cure, and decided to set up his own record label – Gidians Records – in 2009.

Troydon has always been passionate about helping the youth – especially those who are determined to succeed and make a difference to their life and that of others. He believes that by sharing his passion for music and dance with others it will hopefully inspire them to express themselves creatively.

“During my time at Hethersett Old Hall School I provided the students with an opportunity to learn something from a wider level of life and learn from a professional dancer,” Troydon said. “Through building the dance routine, the students were able to focus on a goal and take the necessary steps to achieve it – a skill which is essential in today’s modern life”.

Our energetic pupils certainly had a great time learning some new choreography and dance moves and we’re sure they’ll be keeping an ear out for Troydon’s music over the years to come!

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