Talented Pupils Hit The High Note
Budding young musicians from Hampshire Collegiate Prep School have been awarded for their musical talents.
Lessons to be learned - Perfecting the classroom of tomorrow, todayThe independent school’s annual music competition, which has been running since 2006, has become an exciting landmark event, showcasing pupil’s creative flair and giving them the opportunity to develop their performance skills.
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Performing in front of a large audience, 25 children from Year three to Year six, competed by either singing or playing an instrument. There were performances on the piano, the flute, the trumpet, the guitar and even the glockenspiel.
Kay Francis, head of music at Hampshire Collegiate Prep School, said: “My thanks and congratulations go out to all of the children who sung or played in the competition. We have been treated to an array of musical talent.”
Music plays a very important part of Hampshire Collegiate Prep School; all children from nursery to Year six have music lessons taken by a music specialist in a well-equipped purpose built music room. The Prep School’s choir recently performed live on BBC Radio Solent.
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