Primaries’ Music Day
Years 3 and 4 Anglian Learning Music Day
All children from years 3 and 4 across all our Trust primary schools attended an Anglian Learning music day at West Road Concert Hall in Cambridge. The purpose of the event was to celebrate the joy of music across our schools. Due to the variety of performances such as jazz and samba, the event broadens the cultural horizons of our learners.
All nine school choirs joined together to become one “mass” choir and sang ‘Be the Change’ by Emily Barden who had granted her full permission to use her song. This wonderful event celebrates the creativity and musical talents of our children. All the children rose to the occasion and had a very enjoyable and memorable time.
James Puxley, Headteacher of Linton Heights Junior School said: “In recognition of the Trust’s community vision, it was incredible to see so many of our primary pupils together at one venue and participating in such a worthwhile event. Each of them performed with such exuberance and should rightly feel proud of themselves. Thank you to the Zobel Trust for their incredible generosity and Emma Mason for her inspiration and endless creativity.”
Thank you for the support and attendance from our secondary colleagues at Bottisham Village College – their students were brilliant too! Special thanks go to Emma Mason and all the music leads across our schools for the organisation of the event and for the many hours of practising the music and songs with the children.