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In the festively lit setting of St Mary's Church, students, families and members of the public gathered to witness the annual Haygrove Christmas Concert. A mix of modern Christmas tunes and classic carols, filled the Bridgwater church with joy and seasonal spirit as students performed in a mixture of different groups and solo acts. Firstly, the Haygrove brass band opened the evening with a rendition of Jingle Bells, followed by Good King Wenceslas as a congregational carol. Readings were sprinkled throughout the evening from Head Boy Paddy, Deputy Head Girl Manon and Deputy Headteacher Mr Reid.
The Haygrove school choir impressed the audience with their multiple carols, we are so impressed with the choirs commitment and love seeing it continue to grow! Lucy and Nicole in Year 8 delighted the audience with a stripped-back version of Silent Night and Imagen and Louise in Year 9 arranged a creative medley of different festive songs. In addition to many other fantastic performances, Nicole and Caitlyn in Year 10 rose to the challenge and sang All I Want For Christmas Is You by Maria Carey and Tabbie in Year 11 had everyone clapping along with a fun rendition of I Want A Hippopotamus for Christmas!
Haygrovers were also joined by students from Stogursey Primary School. With a stage full of smiles and happiness, the Primary choir beautifully sang Christmas songs including O Little Town of Bethlehem. A massive thank-you to all of the brilliant Stogursey students who performed as well as the school staff that helped arrange the choir.
The number of tremendously talented performers in our school never ceases to amaze and inspire. Many thanks goes to all the students involved, audience members that attended and staff that helped to organise.