The second junior school performing arts concert took place recently in a packed Main Hall.
Over 200 parents and relatives witnessed pupils across a mix of years perform musical and spoken pieces.
The concert allowed established groups like the choir and orchestra to showcase their talents as well as providing a great opportunity for a number of new groups such as ukulele and guitar, percussion and ‘super strings’ – which were set up as the result of continuing expansion of music provision within the school – to perform for the first time.
The captivated audience were thrilled to see the pupils perform and junior school headmaster Mr Tim Wheeler was also very impressed: “The standard of performance was very high and the children had clearly worked hard with their teachers.
“The growing number of children taking LAMDA lessons is the result of extra provision over the past year and it is great to see the boys and girls throw themselves wholeheartedly into the activity.”