Awards Prove Music Is The Beating Heart Of Academy

Cleethorpes Academy Music Awards. The recipients of Tollbar MAT Music Scholarships are: (L-r) Brandon Bellingham, Max Osgothorpe, Elena Dragomir, Maisie Pearce, Scarlett Swinton, Olivia Forster. With them is Academy Principal, Janice Hornby.

Music is the heart and soul of Cleethorpes Academy so it was no surprise that there were so many winners at the annual Music Awards 2019. More than 100 awards were handed out, including six Music Scholarships provided by Tollbar Multi Academy Trust, which offer free Music lessons and entrance exams for 12 months for each recipient.

Janice Hornby, Academy Principal, reiterated her belief that Music education greatly contributes to children's intellectual development and greatly enhances their understanding and achievement across all areas of the curriculum.

Awards were presented for Progress and Contribution to Music. The winner of the KS4 Most Promising Musician was Ernest Jasinski. The KS3 Most Promising Musician was Mason Williams.

Music Scholarships went to Brandon Bellingham, Max Osgothorpe, Elena Dragomir, Maisie Pearce, Scarlett Swinton and Olivia Forster.

The awards were accompanied by some fantastic performances from the Academy's accomplished musicians. These included Cleethorpes Academy Choir, a piano solo by Fern Lawrence-Kitt, Sophie Brett and William Parker performing 'Makin' Whoopee,' Cleethorpes Academy Brass Band and Harmonix. The event closed with a rousing performance of 'Reet Petite' by Cleethorpes Academy Band.

Cleethorpes Academy KS4 Most Promising Musician – Ernest Jasinski.

Cleethorpes Academy KS3 Most Promising Musician – Mason Williams.

Cleethorpes Academy Choir singing 'Believer.'

Harmonix singing River Deep Mountain High.

Cleethorpes Academy Band performing.

Sophie Brett and William Parker playing 'Makin' Whoopee.'

Cleethorpes Academy Brass Band.

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Cleethorpes Academy Principal

Janice Hornby

Tollbar MAT Chief Executive

David J Hampson