Christmas Concert Demonstrates Students' Joy Of Music

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Cleethorpes Academy Dancers.

Cleethorpes Academy held its first ever Christmas Concert - an outstanding performance of dance and song, which showed an appreciative audience of parents, family, friends and governors the positive effect that music is having on the lives of the students.

One hundred and sixty six students are currently receiving additional music tuition at the academy, playing a wide range of instruments, and an experienced dance teacher also offers extra-curricular clubs to develop students' performance skills.

The concert demonstrated a wide variety of skills, from individual singers to dance troupes, cheerleaders, musicians, ballerinas and the academy choirs.

Performances included: Cleethorpes Academy Choir and Dancers with songs from The Lion King; a trumpet and voice duet by Max Osgothorpe and Scarlett Swinton; Cleethorpes Band performing Christmas songs; The Cheerleading Group performing to Beyonce's Run The World; The Small Choir and Ballet Dancers performing Silent Night; and a violin and piano duet of Fairytale in New York by Robert Benson and Ryan Brown.

Janice Hornby, Principal of the Academy, said: "We are very proud of our wide range of talented students. Music enriches the students' lives and education and greatly contributes to a child's development. I hope that everyone has enjoyed this concert as much as the students have enjoyed performing it."

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Cleethorpes Academy Cheerleading Group.

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Joel Swinton and Ryan Brown performing Golden Slumbers.

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Eden Nicholson and Lucie-Mae Mortlock performing with the Lower School Dancers.

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Cleethorpes Academy Dancers and Choir.

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Maisie Pearce and Max Osgothorpe performing with the band (Underneath the Tree).

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Holly Larsen performing Silent Night with Cleethorpes Academy Small Choir.

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Cleethorpes Academy Ballet Group.

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Cleethorpes Academy Principal

Janice Hornby

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