A special concert for St C’s School

WELL DONE to Richard, Katie, Jack, Zach, Don, Jessamine, Martin, Chris, Becky, Vicky, Alice, Jennifer and Mike – all students at Hulme Hall in Manchester University

Hulme students with Mrs Jackson, Deputy Head and Sr Lucie

– who put on a fantastic, varied, afternoon concert for over 200 people today. They were performing “live at St Chrysostom’s”  CE Primary School.

The children, staff, and parents thoroughly enjoyed it. There was variety of instrument – from sax to piano, from electric guitar to drums, and a variety of music too. All skillfully packed in to thirty minutes.

The children were fascinated and joined in too – clapping to the music and singing ‘Stand by me’ in the finale. They enjoyed the students enthusiasm, and were fascinated to hear the range of subjects they were studying. It was a very special event for the school.

Aileesh said I loved the singalong at the end when all the musical instruments came together.  Aasma, a parent said My kids loved it – it was inspirational. Miss Cross remarked What a wonderful opportunity this was.

Congratulations to Jack, St Chrysostom’s Church parish assistant, and Martin Kelly, Deputy Senior Student at Hulme for enthusiastically organising the concert, and a special thank you to the performers.


About stchrysostoms

St Chrysostom’s is an Anglican (Church of England) parish church in Manchester. We’re an inclusive, diverse and welcoming faith community where people of differing backgrounds make friends. Find our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/2364267899/
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