On a musical note

The children of Brown Clee C of E Primary School had a
big surprise when their teacher took to the stage to play
the violin late last year. During a musical afternoon with
a visiting Shropshire folk band, the Globetrotters, a ripple
of excitement spread through the audience when Class
3 teacher Mrs Heath was invited to join the band as a
second violinist, turning a four-piece into a quintet. It had
been a closely guarded secret, with not even the other
staff knowing there was such musical talent among them.

The children were very impressed; a junior violinist in Mrs
Heath’s class was overheard saying, “Wow! I don’t think I
will ever be as good as Mrs Heath – she’s amazing!”


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