Judges sing Seaton school’s praises

PUBLISHED: 13:47 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 13:48 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

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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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