Pupils sing their hearts out as part of their extra-curricular activities
Pupils at Co-op Academy North Manchester, as part of their extra-curricular, can join our choir. Anyone can take part. Pupils get to sing, have fun and learn lots of new musical techniques.
This week Pupils have been performing Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol. As we move into the festive period, they will practice and perform Christmas Carols.
Mrs Abraham, club organiser said: “Singing has a surprising number of health benefits from strengthening the immune system to improving posture and lowering stress. It is also a known anti-depressant.
“Singing in the Choir helps develop more of our musical skills. It allows us to sing in harmony with others and to learn how to follow a conductor. We also get to take part in a variety of performances with different styles of music. Meeting once a week is also a chance to meet friends and make new friends in the department.”
Pupils said why the joined the choir and what they love most about the extra-curricular club:
Adeife, Year 10 Pupil said: “I love to sing and the Choir is like one big family.”
Emmanuella, Year 10 Pupil also added: “We have lots of fun and get to do some great things. We have been to Angel Square, sang at a care home and in assemblies.”
This is one of many extra-curricular activities that we offer for our Pupils. If you would like to find out more, you can visit our website by clicking here.