Schools across South Gloucestershire put on a Christmas spectacular when they joined forces for their annual concert.
Hosted by King’s Oak Academy, the concert took place in the Colston Hall in Bristol and included eight of Cabot Learning Federation’s academy’s partner primary schools, Beacon Rise, Courtney, The Tynings School, Kings Forest, Parkwall, Summerhill Academy, the Park Primary and St. Stephens.
With more than 500 voices on stage, the children performed a range of songs including, Happy, Standing in the Hall of Fame, Hallelujah, The Camel Boogie Woogie and a medley of Christmas songs.
Amongst all the fun and excitement, the concert doubled up as a fundraiser with a silver collection being made in aid of Young Carers for Bristol & South Gloucestershire.
Tim Warren, team leader of performance and participation at King’s Oak who produced and directed the concert, said: “The students and pupils really enjoyed the day and worked really well together, they put on a fantastic performance thoroughly enjoyed by the audience, who also joined in.”
Pic: Pupils from a host of schools in South Gloucestershire perform their annual Christmas concert