Pupils hit right notes at Big Sing

ONE hundred and eighty children were in fine voice as they took part in the Big Sing at Mossley Hollins High School.

The event, in its second year, was organised by the Mossley and Carrbrook Schools Partnership.

It featured pupils from Mossley Hollins and five partnership primary schools – St Joseph’s, Micklehurst All Saints, Livingstone, St George’s and Milton St John’s.

The choir from each primary performed a song and there were two from Mossley Hollins by their chamber choir and pop choir.

The Big Sing was organised by Caroline Ratcliff, vocal animator from Tameside Music Service and who was assisted by Rachel Booth who was in a placement from the Royal Manchester College of Music along with Mossley Hollins’ Steven Beardmore and Luke Mather who teaches music in local primaries.

Also in attendance was Naomi Benn, head of ensembles at The Halle, who works with schools.

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