All 200 pupils at Bridlington’s New Pasture Lane School entertained parents, friends, and school governors at a pop concert in Christ Church.
It followed a visit to the school by Pop UK who visited the school for a week to teach every class seven songs with actions.
At the end of the week they then recorded a professional CD of their work and the following week, following just three days rehearsal, staged the concert for an audience.
Pop Uk offers schools to learnt through its singing and recording project of social, moral, spiritual and cultural music which is aimed at boosting self esteem and confidence; music ability and public performance, nderstanding and tolerance and a love of learning.
“It is the third time they have visited the school and it is a very worthwhile experience for everyone who takes part,” said headteacher Alison Tadman.
The CD is now on sale for £4 at the school with proceeds going toward its production costs.
“I want to thank Christ Church for hosting the concert, they were really helpful and made us all welcome,” said Alison.
PopUK is part of the Educational charity Music Plus Trust directed by Andy Silver founder of Pop Connection.
The school hopes they will return for another project next year.