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I Sing Pop

Pupils at Pilgrim Academy were visited by I Sing Pop.

I Sing Pop is a singing, performing, and resourcing project that helps children and families engage in Collective Worship in schools and the local community. As part of the project, they spend a few days in school teaching fun and catchy pop songs, each based on an important and inclusive Christian value. All of the children then perform in live, professionally produced concerts.

Pilgrim Academy were lucky enough to take part in the event with I Sing Pop. The team from I Sing Pop taught every child in the school brand new songs and dances which were performed for parents on Thursday afternoon.

The group were supported by One Voice, a voluntary community group which works in partnership with the communities of Immingham, Habrough and Stallingborough.

Jess from the team led the children with their songs in two fantastic performances. The children had a fantastic time learning the performances.

They sang a range of songs from the upbeat ‘All The Love In The World’ and ‘Sunshine On A Rainy Day’ to the toned down ‘Lifeline’ and ‘Sweet Dreams’.

The show was ended with a second rendition of the fun song, ‘Hey Hey Hey’. Parents and staff were asked to join in with the words and actions and they had a great time.

Principal of Pilgrim Academy, Andrew Clark said: “The children did a fantastic job at the concerts. It’s hard to believe they learnt it all so quickly.

It was wonderful to see so many parents at the shows, the children worked really hard with Jess to make the concerts so good and they love seeing their parents joining in with the words on the screen.

I would like to thank Jess and the team from I Sing Pop as well as One Voice for helping us to put on events such as these for the children.”