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By Tristan Harris Friday 07 February 2014 Updated: 07/02 09:16
YOUNGSTERS from Crown Meadow First School in Alvechurch took part in ‘Sign2Sing’ on Wednesday (February 5).
The whole school - staff and children - joined in with the nationwide event which sees participants learn sign language to a song and perform it at the same time as other schools across the country.
Everyone who sang and performed the actions also wore a scarf to emulate the charity’s mascot.
A total of £170 has been raised for SignHealth by Crown Meadow with more expected to come in.
Teacher Harriet Windsor said: “We are so proud of our children for putting in so much effort to learn the sign language to the ‘Get up and Sign’ song.”
She thanked everyone who made a donation and took part in the event and added she was hoping Crown Meadow and the other schools across the country had managed to set a new world record.
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