Judges sing Seaton school’s praises

13:47 14 February 2013

Some of the pupils at Seaton Primary School with their Sing Up silver award

Some of the pupils at Seaton Primary School with their Sing Up silver award


Music-loving youngsters win silver ‘sing up’ award

Seaton Primary School’s commitment to singing has won it a special fanfare.

It has been given a silver award from Sing Up, a national organisation which recognises schools which embrace music.

Presenting their certificate last week a representative of the group said: “I am delighted to be able to endorse your award.

“It is clear that you are using singing throughout the school day to help with lessons and to celebrate as a community. I particularly enjoyed how singing is supporting learning different languages and to remember times tables in maths.”

Pictured are (left to right) back row: Phoebe Holmes-Simeon, Ellie Sykes, Archie Saunders, Bethany Gillies; front: Henry Matthews, Charlie Board.


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