Saturday, 26 May 2012
Friday, 25 May 2012
Congratulations to the whole Schoolovision team of countries for a fantastic contest in 2012!
The votes have been counted, and the results are as follows!
Pupils from Høknes school in Norway celebrate the moment they learned they were crowned champions!
|26th||Finland / Sweden / Turkey||12|
|30th||Romania / Wales||7|
|35th||Malta / Slovakia||1|
|37th||Azerbaijan / Croatia||0|
The pupils in Norway celebrate as they hear the news!
I can only say a huge thank you to Steffen and his pupils for stepping in at the last minute to host today's Flashmeeting! You did really brilliantly- as did everyone else- so well done!
And it's a huge CONGRATULATIONS to NORWAY- to Jan Kare and his team for their FANTASTIC and WONDERFUL song, which captivated the children from across Europe.
I will be in touch over the weekend to arrange the posting of the trophy to you there in Høknes!
If you wish, you can watch the replay of the live vote here!
Saturday, 19 May 2012
Upload deadline reached!
Weeks of tension, excitement and lots of work are over.
And now: Enjoy Schoolovision 2012 in short clips!
Take a look at the great variety of entries and celebrate with us the fantastic achievements of this year's Schoolovision team.
(All entries in alphabetical order.)
Friday, 18 May 2012
Hello dear all,
We wish all the best to the participants! Enjoy our music, which is full of life and wishes everybody love and success.
Best wishes from Georgia.
Best wishes from Portugal - here is our song for 2012- it's called Malhão malhão.
Here is the French song for schoolovision 2012 ! Claude Nougaro was born in the South of France, in Toulouse (80 km from our village), and he was one of the first white french singers to sing blues. He sung this song in homage to Louis Armstrong. Each year, many French pupils learn and sing this song. We love it very much and we hope you'll love it too !
We are a small private language school "Prometey" from Russia. We are really happy to participate in Schoolovision 2012!
We loved all the videos that take part in Schoolovision 2012 and thank you all for this amazing experience!
We are sending you all our love with one of our favourite Russian songs "Sapozhki".
Join us, dance and sing, have fun and learn a bit of Russian!
Thursday, 17 May 2012
Proud of my country of who I am.
‘Hen wlad fy nhadau Heniaith fy mam.
This is our anthem ‘Gwlad garwyr tra mad’.
Let’s sing together Gwlad! Gwlad!
What a wonderful videos we have here this year and so diffrent. We really enjoy watching them and feel the various culture. Our song this year is alittle rapp song about boys who are encouraging themselves to bebrave and enjoy live. The name of the song is "Stand up". It is a new melody connected to Eurovision compitition in Iceland this year. Seven boys in fourth grade are singing the song inIcelandic with their class and they also got some help from the 5th gradeconnecting the choreography. About 50 children took part in this project and all of them really enjoyed participating and theyare now anxious to see all the other videos and take part in the voting on Fridaythe 25th of May.
Enjoy and good luck to you all.
Teachers and students in Flataskoli, Gardabaer, Iceland
Hello all of Europe, from the primary school of Koetschette in Luxembourg.We perform a song called "D'Kéiber Wichtelcher". (I am living in the village called Kéiber.) We hope you enjoy it!
Hello from Virje Croatia!
This year we have a traditional children's song.
Song talks about brother and sister who go to the garden and shake the apple tree and eat apples!
Our song is a "lesson" teached by our kids letting them know how beautiful is our country( we have beauties, seasides, mountains, everything) and we know wherever we are,whatever we do we'll always come back Romania, missing our lands.
We are from Spain.
Wednesday, 16 May 2012
Hello from Latvia.
We are glad to be together with you all again on this beautiful song festival " Schoolovision 2012" We are going to present you a song about friendship and kindness.
The singers are students from our school age 5 -12 years old.
We are flowers, treat us gently, we can change the world.
We are children, we are many, give us the chance to make the world to a better place.
This song is a favourite tune to us. We hope you´ll like it.
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
Hello from Belgium to all Schoolovisioners!
Belgian entry for Schoolovision 2012 from qworzoL6A on Vimeo.
Good luck to everybody in the contest!
Kind Belgian regards!
The kids from Qworzó
We are extremely happy to present our project to all schoolovisioners! Our pupils of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades sing the song "Carpathians". We have chosen this song as it best describes our beautiful land and has the rhythm of Bukovinian national dancing. The dancing was choreographed by our primary school teacher Natalia Podorozhna.
In the chorus of our song it says, "I have wings because I am growing in the Carpathians where the eagle flies. I have blue eyes because in Ukraine the skies, the nights and the water are blue. I have golden hair like wheat because Ukrainian autumn is golden. I have a ringing voice because I am a Ukrainian girl. I feel sorry for those who don't like me":)
Best wishes to all participants!
The Ukrainian team from Chernivtsi specialised school #22.
Hello from Poland again. It's great pleasure to see all your fantastic songs and videos.
We would like to present you the song about Dad (originally by Polish children group Arka Noego): "I'm not afraid when it is dark, my father led me by the hand".
This year more than 50 students has been involved in project activities. Students from class 2B were singers. Students from class 3A played thin whistles.
Guitar - Marek Fularz.
Students of 5th and 6th grades made animations in Scratch software.
Music recorded in GarageBand on iPad by Marek Fularz.
Monday, 14 May 2012
Come a-singing with us, as we march for (almost) 500 miles around our village of Gifford, meeting shop workers and the local minister on the way!
We are singing a very famous Scottish song, released by The Proclaimers, who actually recorded some of their work in the same studio we sang this song in!
Can you keep up with us?
NOTE: To haver = Scots word meaning to talk nonsense!
This is our version of C'est La Vie by the Irish pop group B*witched. It spent six weeks at Number 1 in the Irish charts in 1998. Our kids have worked very hard and had great fun recording the song and making the video. We hope you enjoy it and we wish everyone the best of luck in this year's schoolovision!!
Sunday, 13 May 2012
Pupils from SBO the Bolder group Flits (Flash) will be singing a love song for you. It's about how a boy and a girl are numbed by love and can't think of anyone else then each other. Everything goes wrong. Will they eventually find one another? Just wait and see!
We are very pleased to be part of this project. This hit is sung by many Hungarian youngsters these days, no matter what they do, where they are and we had a great fun singing it, too. We hope you will enjoy the song and the video.
We are really enjoying your wonderful videos these days!
Our school team had a great time creating this music video about our lovely home.
Saturday, 12 May 2012
Hello dear friends,
Bulgaria is well known all over the world with the special musical rythms and wonderful voices. There are plenty of national songs that worth introducing but we decided to perform
a folklore song named " Stano, Stano" ( Stano - it is a girl`s name). We hope everybody will feel and enjoy the playful and naughty melody.
Friday, 11 May 2012
Høknes school in Norway is very pleased to be a part of the Schoolovision-project. Our song "Ærlighet varer lengst" (Eng: "Honesty is the best policy") is made by students in class 5, 6 and 7 at Høknes school (both the melody and the lyrics). In the process making this song we have got a lot of help from Rock City Namsos, a resource center for pop and rock. 180 students from 5th to 7th grade have taken part in this project. The song is about being honest, and about believes in oneself, and the song says it is important to follow your dreams. We hope you like the song and the video.
Hello friends !
This year we like to present our "selfmade" song
and we hope that you´ll sing together with us .....
Where I live
the snow is white,
the grass is green
when the sun shines bright.
Where I live
the sky is blue,
take my hand
and I will show my world to you!
Thursday, 10 May 2012
Dear Friends, Church Aston Infant school in England entry song for 2012. We are singing a traditional song 'Bobby Shaftoe'. This song is about a sailor and his truelove. The song is said to originate from the north of England. We had fun dressing up as pirates. Here is the 'uncut' version done in one take! We are enjoying everyone's songs this year and watch them in our school assemblies. Best of Luck to all. Annie
Wednesday, 9 May 2012
Trivsels sangen from oleflemming on Vimeo.
About welfare in the school.
Schoolovision is a fine project. Thank you for letting us participate.
We loved to make the video. To add pictures to our own text was fun.
Good luck to everyone.
Kind regards Julie and Cathrine
Tuesday, 8 May 2012
Fifth graders from Urdaneta School have performed this famous song for everyone to join singing. Two weeks ago, while a Comenius meeting in Turkey all the children from the different five countries there, sang the song several times and enjoyed it.
Hope you sing with us!
Good luck everyone!
This song is made for the musical called Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig. It tells about wolves leaving their home and starting to build their own house. The first house is made of bricks. Enjoy the song from Finland!
Best wishes, Timo Nykänen - Song maker
Monday, 7 May 2012
The feast of St. Peter and St. Paul on June 29th, known as “L-Imnarja” marks an important event among Maltese popular festivities. “L-Imnarja” comes from the Italian word “luminaria” meaning “Festival of Light.” This recalls the illumination of the Mdina cathedral, the city walls of the Mdina old capital as a sign of rejoicing. In olden days, husbands committed themselves to taking their wives to this feast. An agricultural show of animals, vegetables, fruit, poultry and honey are held. Horse-racing competitions are still popular.
Sunday, 6 May 2012
Wednesday, 2 May 2012
Pinocchio is coming in your schools!! The Italian students had a great time recording the video and the parents helped me to prepare the costumes. I hope you will enjoy this video and you'll start to sing... PI..PInocchio .. night and day ... like I do.
Pinocchio is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the 1883 children's novel The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi (real name Carlo Lorenzini)an Italian writer. Since the author was Italian and the adventures take place in Italy, Pinocchio is closely related to the tradition of our country.