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Sir John Lillie

Primary School

Succeeding on the Journey through Lifelong Learning

Choir

Our school choir

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Over the past few years, our talented choir have gone from strength to strength.

Since the choir's inception, the number of children taking part has grown as a love of music and singing has been fostered throughout the school.

Our choir is open to all children from years 4 to 6 and many of our pupils take part year after year.

The school choir have been involved in many community events. These have included

  • Young Voices at the O2,

  • Christmas choir competition at Westfield (where we came first for best choir!),

  • singing well known songs associated with the World Wars to the older generation at Bishop Creighton House,

  • singing at the opening of a local supermarket,

  • singing Christmas carols at local tube stations, Kensington Palace and Chelsea Football Club for the 'Silver Surfer' Christmas lunch.

We have already been very busy this year and in the past few weeks have sung at Kensington Palace and Hammersmith tube station.

Hammersmith tube station


“The choir sang brilliantly and bought some much-needed happiness to my journey home.” Member of the public, Hammersmith tube station.

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Kensington Palace

 

 The Sir John Lillie choir was – as ever – an absolute delight. It was so lovely to see some familiar faces, and they performed so well and behaved impeccably.” Gail Cameron, Kensington Palace.


 

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In the coming weeks we will be singing at Chelsea Football club and other local tube stations.

In the coming year we are looking forward to seeing what other projects we will be involved in and watching our choir blossom.

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