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CLIP 7956

Playing in an accordian marching band in Northern Ireland

Playing in an accordian marching band in Northern Ireland
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Key Info
  • Playing in an accordian marching band in Northern Ireland
  • Duration: 02:20
  • Six year old Jason talks about playing drum in an accordian band and wearing a uniform. His brother is teaching him to play the drum, which involves a lot of practice. His mother and sister play accordions in the same band. They all wear uniforms. Jason wears his brother's old unform, which is a very special experience for him.
  • Subject:

    PSHE

       Topic:

    Differences and Similarities

  • Keywords: uniform, costume, special, organisations, band, marching, parade, twelfth, accordian band, Northern Ireland
Ideas for use in class
  • Wearing his brother's first band uniform makes Jason feel very special. What other kinds of clothes do we wear to make us feel special or part of something? (E.g. Scouts, BB/GB, Brownies, sports teams, wedding clothes etc.) What other things make us feel part of a special group?
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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