Year 7 Evening of Song: Battle of the Sets

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Year 7’s Evening of Song “Battle of the Sets” was a night of varied and entertaining musical and vocal performances, with hits ranging from West End musicals Hairspray and Matilda to modern Top 40 (Pharrell’s ‘Happy’ and Charlie Puth’s ‘See you again’).  

Each class had a different array of body percussion, solos and harmony singing to master in their chosen song.

The Year 7 choir also performed five songs (including two medleys) that included ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’, ‘Hallelujah’ and a Disney ‘Moana’ medley.

The individual set songs were adjudicated by Mr Lawson who, after a considerable amount of deliberation, deemed that the winning song would be the Matilda medley of Naughty and Revolting Children performed by the pupils in 7D.

Congratulations to pupils in 7D: Eva Barnett, Asher Brooks, Amelie Burrows, Jasmine Caley, Elena Davies, Imogen Hodge, Laura Judge-Wee, Magnus Kelly, Lucy Lloyd, Felix Sissins-Roffey, Felix Stephens, Freddie Turnell and Katie White. 

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