Your Earth Mission, should you choose to accept it…
With the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the 100th anniversary of the premiere of Holst’s The Planets and Earth Day approaching – 2018/2019 is a great school year to explore the topic of space.
Holst didn’t write a movement for Earth and so our Earth Mission asks all budding Ten Pieces astronauts (your class) to create their own piece of music about the Earth as though they are looking down on it from space!
Send us a video of your Earth Mission performance by Friday 5 April for a chance to have your composition played on BBC Radio 3 on Earth Day (Monday 22 April) and feature on the BBC Ten Pieces website! See below for full information.
Show us what your Ten Pieces astronauts have created!
Send us a recording of your completed Earth Mission for a chance to be featured on the BBC Ten Pieces website and broadcast on BBC Radio 3!
To do this you will need to:
Read the full BBC terms and conditions and send out and collect signed parental consent forms. In order to submit a video, photograph or piece of audio featuring children to the BBC you must have secured consent from the parent or legal guardian of every child that features in your recording.
Film or record your Earth Mission composition! Here are some useful tips for filming and some rules which you’ll need to stick to.
Email email@example.com with the following wording of which you agree:
I agree that this is a creative response for the BBC Ten Pieces Earth Mission. Everyone featured in the content is aged 7 and over. I have parental consent for all under-18s who appear/have contributed to the content to upload their work and can produce parental consent forms if needed. I have read and agree to all the terms and conditions in relation to this upload.
We’ll then send you a Dropbox link where you can easily upload your recording.