Parents, pupils and staff at this morning’s Pre-Prep Assembly enjoyed a spirited performance of Old MacDonald by string players drawn from the whole school. The Y2 and 3 String Group pupils have been practising for many weeks learning their bowing patterns for different animal sounds (“Oink Oink”, “Moo”, “Gobble-gobble” and “Cockadoodledoo”), whilst the Prep String Group had rehearsed a more advanced version of the same piece. They were further joined by two Remove violinists and Mr Hewitt Jones on double bass to make this massed ensemble for today’s assembly.

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