Our school has an excellent reputation for creative subjects and with an orchestra, jazz bands, rock’n roll shows, outdoor mini-Glastonbury’s and more besides. Music has a high profile in our school.

Within this we are always keen to give every child the chance to learn to play an instrument.

In these current times, we are finding we have children who would love to learn to play but not all families can afford to buy them an instrument. In turn, our limited school budget does not enable us to purchase the kit for them.

Consequently, we are looking for any donations of brass, woodwind or string instruments which we can give a home to and inspire today’s teens to take up a skill that will last them a lifetime.

If you have any instruments you can donate to the school then rest assure they will be used wherever possible to grant a child an opportunity to play music.

Matt Allman, Headteacher, said: “We are fortunate to live in a supportive community and we are hopeful that a violin, trumpet, or clarinet is lurking unused in the bottom of a cupboard. If there is, and you think it could be passed on to us, then we would love to have it. Everything crossed some donations come rolling in.”