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300 Surrey pupils perform in annual music festival

300 Surrey pupils perform in annual music festival

More than 300 pupils from across Mole Valley and Surrey have taken part in Howard of Effingham School’s annual music festival.

Year 2 pupils from eight schools involved in the Effingham Learning Partnership (ELP) came together to perform in the ninth confederation-wide music festival, which took place this year and was themed around maths.

Commenting on the festival, Nancy Gillio-Terry, head of vocal development at Surrey Arts, said: “The children sang wonderfully and with obvious enjoyment that was a pleasure to see…

The involvement of older students from Howard of Effingham School was inspirational. Well done to all involved.”

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