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Music lessons pay off for Highgate Primary School pupils at end-of-term concert

18:23 29 July 2014

10-year-old Caspar Herberg plays in an end-of-term concert at Highgate Primary School. Picture: Nigel Sutton

10-year-old Caspar Herberg plays in an end-of-term concert at Highgate Primary School. Picture: Nigel Sutton

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Pupils at Highgate Primary School proved their music lessons have paid off with a celebratory concert to mark the end of the school term.

Children of all ages sang and performed on stage at the school in Storey Road last week, including 10-year-old Caspar Herberg who played a solo on his French horn.

Most children attend lessons through Haringey Council’s music service, which helps families buy instruments and encourages musical ability.

Headteacher William Dean said: “It was a lovely celebration of the music that goes on at the school.”

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