Forest Gate pupils sing on Peppa Pig fundraising track

Music teacher Nathan Chan with pupils from St Antony's Catholic Primary School Picture: Save the Chi

Music teacher Nathan Chan with pupils from St Antony's Catholic Primary School Picture: Save the Children - Credit: Save the Children

Young singers from a Forest Gate primary school are set to be the talk of the playground after lending their voices to one of television’s most popular characters - Peppa Pig.

Pupils from St Antony’s Catholic Primary School can be heard singing on the track, which has been recorded to encourage families to sign up to a fundraising event, Peppa Pig’s Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children.

The school, in Upton Avenue, has been supported by the charity through a programme which strengthens bonds between parents, schools and communities.

Music teacher Nathan Chan said: “We had such a wonderful time learning, practising and recording the Muddy Puddle Walk song. The children love singing and they felt so proud knowing that they were helping to support a worthwhile cause.”

For more information and to sign up to the fundraiser, visit muddypuddlewalk.org


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