In pictures: Walmsley Primary School children hold international song competition

The Bolton News: Walmsley CE Primary School pupils dressed as Egyptians, from the left, Alissa Ingham, aged nine, Raea Stewart, aged eight, Emily Holt and Kate Stones, both aged nine, and Lizzie Aspinall aged eight. Buy this photo Walmsley CE Primary School pupils dressed as Egyptians, from the left, Alissa Ingham, aged nine, Raea Stewart, aged eight, Emily Holt and Kate Stones, both aged nine, and Lizzie Aspinall aged eight.

AN international song competition brought music to the ears of staff and pupils at Walmsley CE Primary School.

Children of all ages dressed in costumes for the Egerton school’s fifth annual International Song Competition.

Dawn Hitchen, a modern foreign languages co-ordinator at the school, said: “It’s a really good event and it is so well-supported by the parents.

“The children were very enthusiastic about it and came up with some creative ideas.”

For the competition pupils in different year groups were assigned a country and had to perform songs in the musical styles of each country.

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