Tuneful pupils sing up

PUBLISHED: 13:08 25 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:38 25 May 2010

TUNEFUL pupils at a Nailsea School have been learning how to use their voices in the best possible ways.

TUNEFUL pupils at a Nailsea School have been learning how to use their voices in the best possible ways.

As part of the national singing programme, Sing Up, year two youngsters at Hannah More Infants School have been taking part in a wide range of activities all involving their voices.

Sing Up is a scheme aimed at encouraging singing in primary schools so children can enjoy singing as part of their everyday lives.

As part of the programme, the Whiteoak Way school will soon be applying for a Sing Up award.

As part of their musical work, the children are also learning to play the ocarina, a round-shaped flute-like instrument.

Hannah More Infant School music coordinator Gill Atkinson said: "They are all very enthusiastic children who enjoy their music immensely.

"They are creative and confident and enjoy anything offered to them.

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