Tarleton Community Primary School is Crowned Last Choir Singing Competition Winner 2016

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TARLETON COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL has been crowned Last Choir Singing 2016 Winner – winning Lancashire’s foremost school singing competition title at the Grand Final event held at King George’s Hall on 17 June. 

Over 1,500 singers from 50 school choirs entered the competition this year in heats which took place across the County. Ten finalists were whittled down from five heats to make it to the Grand Final.


Hannah (10) reigns supreme with her cake for the Queen

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A 10-year-old Shrewsbury schoolgirl with a passion for making cakes and croissants has won a Right Royal Bake Off to design a special treat fit for the Queen. Hannah Main’s cake creation was crowned overall winner of a Morris Care  competition to mark Her Majesty’s 90th birthday, which was open to residents, family and friends of its six care homes.

Get your school in jeans Friday 23 September 2016

Bring your school together at the beginning of the new academic year in aid of a wonderful cause for children. On Friday 23rd September, thousands of pupils and teachers will be wearing their jeans to school in exchange for a small donation. 1 child in 25 is affected by a genetic disorder. The money schools raise on Jeans for Genes Day makes a real difference to their lives. WIN!

Every school that holds a Jeans for Genes Day this year has the chance of winning a visit from SpongeBob SquarePants and the actor Warwick Davis, who starred in the Harry Potter and Star Wars films.


Virtual field trip marks 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death and is being broadcast to schools worldwide

Schools around the world are tuning in to a unique digital broadcast today,22nd April, as part of global celebrations to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare.

Lancashire's top School Choirs go head-to-head

Lancashire’s junior school singing competition comes to Westholme School’s Croston Theatre in Blackburn for the heats in the search for the Last Choir Singing 2016

  • Westholme Senior School (Croston Theatre) in Blackburn on Tuesday 15th and Saturday 19th March 2016
  • Singing spectacular includes show stopping musical styles from cool classics to modern melodies

Special guest judge includes Paul Nuttall (Managing Director of Reidys Home of Music), along with Sue Eames (Singing Teacher and Choral Director, Westhome School), Tyndale Thomas (world renowned gospel musician and educationalist) and Martin Westhorp (Musical Director)