Bright and early, Kelly headed off to Bedlington Station First School and Whitley Memorial C of E School in Bedlington to share in their National Sing Up Day celebrations.
Bedlington Station were hard at work, with Vocal Force leader, Kate, helping the two classes to prepare songs to share with each other in the afternoon at a big hall assembly.
The classroom teachers were also writing songs with their class. Kelly joined in with their re-working of an old classic: a song about toys to the tune of 'Old Macdonald Had a Farm'.
Meanwhile at Whitley Memorial, year one students were singing songs about penguins, trains, caterpillars and all sorts of other things!
In the afternoon she made her way to Morpeth First School, where they'd just completed a whole school singing morning assembly, and were conducting all sorts of cool singing activities with Vocal Force leader, Peter.
Kelly met up with the classes in the school hall where they were sharing the songs they had learnt: a song about sharks and an eerie song about ghosts to spook their visitors!
Is it possible to be both spooked and inspired at the same time!? Well, the audience most certainly was!
Are you into 'spooky songs'? Why not have a go at 'The Monster Mash'?