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Belchamp Primary School perform pair of concerts as part of project to promote cultural and social development


By Priya Kingsley-Adam


Belchamp St Paul C of E Primary School, Vicarage Rd, Belchamp St Paul, Sudbury .Youngsters at Belchamp St Paul C of E primary school will be taking part in a music project - I sing pop - which is a church-led initiative..The children will be crafting their own songs, which they will record and perform at a music concert at the end of the week. Years 3-4-5 and 6 with project leader Chris Adeoshun.Picture by Mark Westley. (12991784)
Belchamp St Paul C of E Primary School, Vicarage Rd, Belchamp St Paul, Sudbury .Youngsters at Belchamp St Paul C of E primary school will be taking part in a music project - I sing pop - which is a church-led initiative..The children will be crafting their own songs, which they will record and perform at a music concert at the end of the week. Years 3-4-5 and 6 with project leader Chris Adeoshun.Picture by Mark Westley. (12991784)

Youngsters at Belchamp Primary School performed two concerts earlier this week, as part of a music-inspired project.

The pupils have been working with iSingPOP, a Christian organisation which hosts singing and recording programmes at primary schools across the UK to promote cultural, moral, spiritual and social development.

This week, children were busy learning a range of poignant pop songs designed to highlight the school’s core values, while incorporating skills and knowledge in key subjects including music, religious education and citizenship.

The creative programme culminated in an afternoon and evening music concert performed by the whole school in St Andrew’s Church, with members of the public in attendance.

“The whole school has come together to learn and embrace the songs,” said school secretary Vicki Miller.



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