Spring Meadow Primary School pupils learn about musical instruments

PUBLISHED: 13:39 30 November 2006 | UPDATED: 13:36 04 May 2010

Above, Katherine with some of the Spring Meadow 
pupils.

Above, Katherine with some of the Spring Meadow pupils.

YOUNGSTERS from Spring Meadow Primary School in Ely enjoyed learning about new musical instruments when they received a visit from music teacher Katherine Rowley. Katherine, from the Vital Communities Project, played her flute, taught the children some n

YOUNGSTERS from Spring Meadow Primary School in Ely enjoyed learning about new musical instruments when they received a visit from music teacher Katherine Rowley.

Katherine, from the Vital

Communities Project, played her flute, taught the children some new songs and music games and brought along some unusual instruments for them to try out.

A nursery spokesman said: "It was great for our youngest children to work with a professional musician. Our three and four-year-olds were captivated by her music, songs and games."

Above, Katherine with some of the Spring Meadow

pupils.


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