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Church Lane, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN5 7EZ


Barnburgh Primary School

Learning to shine together



Young Voices at Home - June 2020


Young Voices are really excited to invite you to get involved in a special #YVatHome project over the next few weeks!

Young Voices, the current Guinness World Record holders for the world’s largest simultaneous sing are staging the World’s Largest Children’s Choir at Home for a record breaking #PowerInMe Singing Challenge and dedicate it to all our teachers.

On 2nd June 2020 2.30pm - you are invited along with families and children from across the world to pay tribute to all teachers by joining together to sing “The Power in Me” from the safety of your own homes in a special online broadcast.

You can register your involvement at to access free learning resources for the song. 

Between now and 2nd June, you are also encouraged to take part in the #PowerInMe singing challenge and to film yourselves singing the song’s lyrics “I've got the Power In Me" and post it online with the hashtag to see who responds completing the song’s chorus "You’ve got the Power in You!".

It is all explained here by our conductors David Lawrence and Francisco Núñez - here.

Before 2nd June we have provided a selection of free online rehearsals that you can watch in school or at home to prepare for the big day:
Rehearsals playlist on Facebook
Rehearsals playlist on YouTube

Have you got the power in you? Get involved!

Young Voices Sheffield Arena - January 2020

On Tuesday 7th January 2020, children from KS2 visited the Fly DSA Arena in Sheffield, to attend the biggest school's choir event in the world - Young Voices! Upon arriving at the arena, the children were introduced to their conductor David Lawrence, the other schools and the famous singers they would be performing with, including Tony Hadley, The Shires and The Voice 2018 winner Ruti. The afternoon was spent rehearsing the songs and dance moves with the Urban Striders dance crew, ready for the evening's performance. After a wonderful afternoon of practising it was time for the performance to parents. They sang songs including: Kusimama, Frightfest medley, Queen medley, pop medley and Shiny Happy People. The children behaved impeccably and were great ambassadors for Barnburgh Primary School. Young Voices provided them with an opportunity to show of their talents, boost their confidence, increase their self-esteem and work as a team to create an incredible evening.  

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