Corrie pupils are the stars of the show at jubilee fundraiser

Pupils wave their rockets and don fun glasses for their performance of Rocket Man.

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Corrie Primary and Early Years Class celebrated the Queen’s platinum jubilee with a fundraising event which included a concert of music through the ages.

Invited parents, grandparents, carers and guests enjoyed an endearing performance of well-known songs which were sung with great enthusiasm by the pupils, who were well-rehearsed and enjoying the moment.

The children performed in the school garden on a bright and warm day while the visitors enjoyed cream teas overlooking the pupils and the azure blue sea.


In addition to the entertainment, pupils and parents could also take part in some of the events on offer; these included a raffle, bric-a-brac stall, a home-baking stall and a coconut shy.

Many of the items and the home baking was donated by parents and supporters of the school.

Although small in number – Corrie Primary School has a roll of just 13 pupils and seven Early Years pupils – the school put on an impressive performance with pupils doing actions, dancing and using props which all added to the charming production.