TPS concert transports audience

Posted: 22nd May 2016

OVER 120 children, more than an hour’s glorious entertainment, with 14 different musical ensembles – it can only mean one thing, the TPS summer concert in the chapel.

This year’s concert embodied the theme “Of Wheels and Wings and Sails and things” aka, anything to do with transport and movement. Sure enough, the audience was suitably moved, indeed transported, by an evening’s fabulous musical entertainment whereby our thriving music department was proudly represented.

For the Year 8s involved in the concert, this event was their “swan song” before they leave for pastures new. For the Year 3s, this represented the culmination of a year-long musical adventure whereby they have acclimatised to the busy routine of music making at TPS.

We keep our children so busy with such great opportunities to make music, working and playing collaboratively. The success of this concert puts the hard work into perspective for all our talented musicians, young and old.

Echoing the words of thanks given by Mr Newman at the close of the event, it is with heartfelt joy and pride that we honour our hardworking team of visiting music teachers who trained our young stars towards the success of the concert.

The children did themselves so proud and we congratulate them on their efforts and thank all parents for their support.

Sam Baker

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