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Caister Infants on song

PUBLISHED: 17:31 26 March 2010 | UPDATED: 17:13 30 June 2010

THE children in Caister Infant School Choir have had a very busy few weeks. They sang to a large audience at the Norfolk County Music Festival in St Andrew's Hall, Norwich and were awarded “outstanding” for their singing.

THE children in Caister Infant School Choir have had a very busy few weeks. They sang to a large audience at the Norfolk County Music Festival in St Andrew's Hall, Norwich and were awarded “outstanding” for their singing. The adjudicator said the choir had really thought about singing loud and soft, and fast and slow, and produced a very confident sound. Last week the children sang in the St Andrew's Festival, Gorleston and were awarded the Gwen Reynolds Cup. Headteacher Brendan McCarney said: “The children and staff have worked very hard for the festivals and we are extremely proud of their achievements.”


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