Our latest submission for this years 2016 Digichoir comes to us from Chase Bridge Primary, a three form entry school right next to the stadium in Twickenham!
Led by Rachel Scott, Chase Bridge has 3 choirs, a musical theatre group, an orchestra and a band! Rachel leads weekly singing assemblies and they use singing right across the curriculum from times tables in maths to songs linked to their teaching topics.
Chase Bridge uses Sing Up for all of their singing opportunities and are currently working on their Sing Up Gold Award application!
Rachel led her Year 4 students in learning One and a million as part of their Year Group Assembly which was about Hinduism - "they finished by reminding the audience that it doesn't matter what your religion or beliefs are - we are all one and a million!"
This song was so loved by parents and children alike that it was included in this year's Christmas Sing Song event held at the school.
Chase Bridge Primary will be celebrating Sing Up Day with lots of singing of course in one of their special singing assemblies featuring Year 4 singing One and a million, and lots of singing right across the curriculum from Nursery to Year 6!
Singing doesn't stop with the children, the staff at the school are very talented musicians, including their headteacher, who always has his guitar with him so he can perform anytime!
So what do the kids think about One and a million?
Jessica says, "The song is really fun to sing and teaches us that it doesn't matter who we are, we're all the same." and Tyler says, "It makes me feel happy."
Check out the video below of Chase Bridge Primary singing One and a million.
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