Southampton school children made sure their voices were heard when they joined a choir of thousands.
They were participating in the annual Young Voices extravaganza, which attracts thousands of school children every year.
Hightown’s choir of 22 children from Years 5 and 6 joined 7,000 other singers for the event.
Headteacher, Sian Cook, said: “They sang their hearts out and did themselves and our school incredibly proud.
“It was a fantastic experience that they will no doubt remember for the rest of their lives.”
During the event they performed a variety of songs, from Stevie Wonder to Rag N Bone, to a packed audience.
For more than 20 years Young Voices has staged the largest children’s choir concerts in the world, with more than 2 million young people taking part to date.
Each concert sees around 5,000-8,000 children singing together to an audience of their family and friends.
Hightown choir member, Rhiannon Crawford, said: “It was a wonderful experience and I have never been anywhere so big before.
“It was amazing singing with so many other people and I am really glad I got the opportunity to go. It’s the best school trip we have ever had at Hightown!”
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