Fenland pupils enjoy loads of smiles after scooping gold and silver medals at festival
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Children from the Anthony Curton School, Walpole St Peter, and their sister school, Tilney All Saints Primary, were all smiles after collecting silver and gold medals in the Marshland High School Music Festival.
The festival, organised by music teacher Martin Wicks, was held at the high school.
The eight feeder primary schools were invited to send musicians, whether beginners or more experienced, to compete in a variety of categories, including solo, ensemble and choir.
Anthony Curton and Tilney All Saints children left with huge smiles, after being awarded the following:
• Gold and silver places in the beginner soloist category, Aime Muscat on trombone and Holly Barber, singing.
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• Gold in the intermediate solo category, Rebecca Brooks on piano.
• Silver in the ensemble category, ukulele and flute group.
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• Silver and gold in the choir category, Tilney sang ‘The Lord’s My shepherd’ and Anthony Curton sang ‘When I Grow Up.’
The joint choir of the partnership schools completed the festival by performing ‘Joseph’s Coat’ from the Andrew Lloyd Webber /Tim Rice musical, ‘Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dream Coat.’
Mrs Anne Senior, executive head teacher, said: “This was an exciting opportunity for our children to experience performing in a public arena. Many thanks to the High School for giving the Primaries this opportunity. The children were amazing, and we were very proud of them.”