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Festival Schools Day

We’ve always had great support in our youth section so back in 2013 we decided to seize this opportunity and add the Festival Schools day to our weekend. We believe that music and culture are very important to children’s education and feel that the schools day is a great opportunity for schools to get involved and enhance their musical talents.

Over the past four years we have had schools travel from all over North Wales for the Schools Day, it’s always been a very excitable arena! The schools day is split into two categories – junior schools and senior schools. As well as having the chance to wow the judges in the competition they also get the opportunity to take part in a workshop which looks at choral skills. All schools competing will receive a certificate and schools that are placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd will receive a trophy to take back to school to show everyone how well they did!

Not only is this day a great opportunity for children as well as a lot of fun! It also give proud parents, family and friends the opportunity to see the choirs showing off their talents.

Full feedback on your school’s performance will be provided from the judges to help your choir grow and develop and we will even help you get to us by giving each school some money towards transport costs AND if that wasn’t enough, it’s completely free to enter!

In 2017 the Festival Schools Day will be held on Monday 6 November, now we haven’t made a typo, we know the schools day is usually held on a Friday but due to winter half term we have had to move it to the Monday – the last thing we wanted to do was to cancel our Festival Schools Day- we hope you can still join us!

If this sounds like something your school would be interested in then email for the application pack. Please note we will require a £50 refundable deposit just to secure your place.

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