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Christmas carols: Mead Primary School

PUBLISHED: 15:30 08 December 2017

Mead Primary School pupils. Picture: Hayley Anderson

Mead Primary School pupils. Picture: Hayley Anderson

Hayley Anderson

The festive season is officially upon us and what better way to celebrate than with a few Christmas songs.

The Recorder will be sharing videos of pupils singing Christmas tunes during December and this week, children from Mead Primary School, Amersham Road, Harold Hill, have treated us to a rendition of Gabriel’s Message.

Executive headteacher Malcolm Drakes said: “Mead have taken on another complicated and challenging song for this Christmas.

“The specialist music teacher Mrs Kumszczynska has worked hard with the children to perfect the mixture of harmonies and solos. “After their success in the Stratford Music festival this year, the Christmas song was going to have to be challenging to sustain the level of performance.”

So sit back, relax and think back to merry Christmas’ gone by with this wonderful performance.

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