B Cador: June 2019
There are a lots of words to describe the performance of our young singers at FIAFFAF — but here's just a few — absolutely amazing, wonderful and moving. I'm sure that all those watching and listening to our three year old Little Wrens to our more confident Y4s and Y5s sing a collection of three African themed songs together, followed by 'Sing', were touched by their performance.
I am a very proud headteacher.
Many thanks to Mrs Holdsworth and Mr Lindop for leading the practices in school and for being there to support the children along with Miss McKinnon and Miss Phillips. Your time, beyond the school day, is very much appreciated.
A big thank you, too, to Debbie and parents representing FOWS, a long with a fantastic village team for helping make the event another huge community success.
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