Children join forces for Midhurst’s Big Sing

MORE than 220 primary school pupils from the Rother Valley joined forces at Midhurst Rother College for the ‘Big Sing.’

In two sessions pupils took part in songs, singing games and harmony practise.

No Wars Will Stop Us Singing, the theme song for World Peace Day, fired up the young voices and the lively session was rounded off with Pocketful of Sunshine written Natasha Beddingfield.

The Big Sing was hosted by Richard Brimacombe and Sally Tindley from the college’s music department, supported by Year 8 students and led by Emily Barden. West Sussex County Council’s ‘voices and choirs’ leader.

The college will host ‘The Really Big Sing’ next October in its new building.