Hemel Hempstead school joins world’s largest school choir at Wembley Arena

This week (April 26) The Reddings Primary School visited London to sing as part of the Young Voices 25th anniversary concert.

By Olivia Preston
Friday, 29th April 2022, 3:11 pm

A group of 20 children from The Reddings Primary School in Hemel Hempstead sang at Wembley Arena on Tuesday (April 26).

The pupils travelled to London to be part of the Young Voices performance to celebrate 25 years of the world’s largest school choir.

The children were joined at the concert in Wembley by their teachers Miss Grossman, Mrs Timony and headteacher Mrs Fleet.

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Schoolchildren at thee concert on Tuesday in Wembley Stadium.

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Mrs Fleet said: “It was an amazing experience. The children have absolutely loved it and they will remember it for the whole of their lives. We can’t wait to do it all again next year!”

A special thanks has been given to year three teacher Miss Grossman for organising the trip and helping to teach the children the songs.

The Young Voices choir, which was founded in 1997, has performed around the world and has won four Guinness World Records.