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Young musicans reach the high nortes in exams.

AT the end of a long and busy Lent term nineteen Crackley Hall pupils geared themselves up to take individual music examinations.

Ranging across six different musical instruments including the saxophone, cornet, flute and voice a visiting examiner from the Trinity Board spent the day listening and examining pupils from Junior 2-6.

A school spokesman said: "Crackley Hall pupils had been well prepared and confidently played and sang before the examiner, having only days before taken to the stage in the wonderful Easter concert Hosanna!

"Delighted peripatetic teachers received results con-firming a 100 per cent pass rate with 11 out of the 20 examinations taken receiving the top band - a Distinction.

"Particular praise has to go to the multi-talented Eve Farquharson (J4) who was awarded Distinction in both Grade 1 Flute and Piano and also to Junior 5's Lucy Gribben who, despite only taking up the saxophone less than a year ago, was also awarded a Distinction at Grade 3 level."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 8, 2014
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