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Cornish Schoolchildren Unite In Song
3:34pm 3rd July 2014
200 Cornish school children take to the stage.
Kids from five schools all gathered at Treloweth in Redruth to perform a specially written song.
It is part of the Crofty Learning Trust which creates educational links in the community.
The schools had joint music lessons to help create a bond between them.
Pat Williams is the Deputy Head at Treloweth school, she said: "It sort of builds that co-operation and trust, they get to know one another, there is lots of them from year six who are all moving onto secondary schools and it just makes it very special, it was very colourful with all their uniforms.
"We were very proud to be able to put that on in school, it makes us stronger as a trust, the teachers already meet together, we have joint inset and we work together and its nice that the children can become part of that and do joint projects."3:34pm 3rd July 2014
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