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Our highly successful school choir has restarted for the new year. We have over 60 children in our choir which is led by Mrs Dumbleton, Miss Rogers and Mrs Mann.
Watch this space to find out more about the special events we have got planned this year.
Our choir had a fantastic time at the Young Voices Concert on Friday 31st January. Take a look at our Young Voices page to see our brilliant photos and videos from the day.
As always, Christmas is a very busy time for our school choir.
On Friday 6th December, we entertained the crowds at the Ellesmere Centre in Walkden. This was to raise money for Walkden Rotary Club. The children's behaviour was wonderful as always. Thank you for the fantastic support.
On Tuesday 10th December we took part in the annual MAPAS Carols and Choirs concert at St Peter's Church. As always, we were by far the biggest choir at this event. The children performed 'One Bright Star' absolutely beautifully.
This Christmas, we were also invited to perform at the 'Thriving at Christmas' event at Little Hulton Children's Centre. This was an excellent opportunity to build links within our local community. The children were thrilled to meet Santa and have photograph with his sleigh.
We received many compliments from the staff and people who were attending the event. One parent remarked that the choir was the first thing which had made her feel festive this year. High praise indeed.
All the KS2 children performed brilliantly at our Carol Service in church on the 17th December. The choir led the singing beautifully as always.
On Wednesday 11th December, we were invited to join our friends at St Ambrose Barlow for their Christmas Concert. This was a lovely reflective evening, and it was a wonderful opportunity to see some of our former pupils showcasing their musical talents too.
On Friday the 13th December we visited Brierley House Day Centre to entertain the clients there. The children were very well behaved and the audience enjoyed joining in with the songs, especially Away in a Manger, Rudolph and We Wish you a Merry Christmas.