Pupils sign up for bid to break record
CHILDREN at Austen Farm Primary School took part in a Sign2Sing world record attempt.
Around 250 children from all Year groups in the school performed a special song in vocals and sign language for a simultaneous world record attempt in unison with other schools across the UK. The event was in aid of the SignHealth charity which helps vulnerable deaf children and adults.
Caroline White, a teacher at Austen Farm Primary School, said: "The children were very keen about the attempt and raising awareness of SignHealth.
" They worked very hard to learn sign language and it was a great experience for them."
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The children each donated £1 and wore a scarf like Sign2Sing's mascot, Olli the Monkey. The school raised £236 but its not yet known whether the previous years' record has been broken. Those willing to donate to Sign2Sing can do so by visiting www.justgiving.com/sign2sing.