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What does singing do for our school?

It’s now been five years since we included the Choral Programme and singing lessons within our timetable and everyday life of each of our pupils, here at BSB Sanlitun.

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Research proves the positive connection between singing and well-being, and confirms that regular singing contributes to good mental and physical health. Singing has been shown to aid social development amongst children, and regular high-quality singing in school has a profoundly positive impact on learning outcomes across the curriculum.

Singing can make transformative change in the lives of young people.

What our Year 6 children had to say is a powerful reminder of why we do what we do:

Aisha, Year 6 Falcons: “Singing makes us feel we’re all one family.”

Ariana, Year 6 Eagles: “Singing makes our school fun and interesting.”

Kaila, Year 6 Eagles: “Singing is a great way to express yourself and it helps build confidence and happiness.”

Sophie, Year 6 Eagles: “Singing helps children express their feelings and develops learning.”

Zoe, Year 6 Falcons: “It fills people with happiness while learning and having fun.”

By Iva Borisavljevic

Choral and Music Teacher & Choir Conductor